Monthly Archives: February 2015

Chasing Somebody’s Wheel

About a month ago, I stood on the podium for my local bike race series. And let me tell you, it’s not because I competed for it; I just showed up the most. You gain points over a period of … Continue reading

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The Kindness of Strangers

“Woke up this morning with a terrific urge to lie in bed all day and read.” ~ Raymond Carver After two very full days of helping to facilitate a faculty retreat and then two full days of a work meeting; I’m completely … Continue reading

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I’m Not The Kind

Tonight I was supposed to fly home to Bellingham from Portland, Oregon after a meeting, and my flight was cancelled. As the PNW enjoys early spring-like weather, the east coast has a boatload of snow that’s wreaking havoc on the … Continue reading

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Three early lessons in the #fedwiki studio

I have a bit a different schedule this morning because we are hosting our annual Instructional Retreat. Here’s our mission statement: The annual retreat provides opportunities to share big ideas and best practices by creating meaningful interactions among the campus … Continue reading

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Abandon Ship, The Captain’s Down

So. I’ve been asked several times this week about my commute. How long it is. What I do in my car while I’m driving the 51 minutes from my office to my house. One way. How that aligns with my … Continue reading

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Type Something Nice

I know better, and I bet you do too. After an entirely long day, I busted out my laptop to do a quick revision. A quick look at Twitter. A quick update to some notes. It was three minutes before … Continue reading

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