Thursday, February 11, 2010

Hiding out in North Carolina

So Tuesday night, just as the snow was starting, theCSO and I got the car out and I headed down south to the liberal arts school where I went to college. I'm crashing with my Smart Friend Pam, who teaches there, and am making an effort to get some homework done despite the fact that it is not at all clear that any of the reading I'm doing will ever be discussed as people are arranging their schedules.

It's been nice to hang out with Joe-the-Math-Guy some. My favorite thing about being on the campus of a liberal arts school is that I can just pop by and ask a biologist if I have a biology question and I've gotten to do some of that.

So. anyway, that's what's up with me. It's not much, but it beats being stuck in the house. TheCSO is headed to an anime con back in Virginia. So everybody's good.



hsofia said...

Sounds like good times. It makes me feel nostalgic for my child-free days.

LinguistFriend said...

But don't you suspect that the snow that was focussed on you in the DC area has followed you to the south, even though it is really coming from the west? That aside, it sounds like fun. I admit that the physicists at my alma mater weren't like that, although at least one psychologist was.