I’m teaching a class this semester. It’s two sections of a technology module on using technology to do research and keep track of sources. Nothing big–just six hours total of classroom time for each section. But I must admit that I’m looking forward to it (and not just because I’m getting paid some more to teach it). I enjoyed teaching Freshman Comp and Advanced Writing at BYU, and I’ve missed it. It’ll be nice to be doing something that keeps my teaching skills at least fairly current. Of course, it also means that my already hectic schedule is just that much more hectic, but such is life.
Last night DKC and I finished watching the first season of Eli Stone, which I must say we both thoroughly enjoyed. Quirky, musical and funny–a fresh take on the typical courtroom drama. It’ll be back on the air October 14th, and I encourage you all to check it out.
Tonight, once I’m back from teaching, I plan on watching the pilot of JJ Abrams’ new show, Fringe, which looks like a new X-Files, which could be highly cool. We shall see.
For now, I have to go eat something so that I don’t faint during the hour and a half class tonight. Wish me luck!