This weekend was the 40th Anniversary celebration at my college. The highlight (and the real reason some of us went) was the alumni frisbee game, followed by post-game hanging out and not much sleep.
Hampshire tradition – being only 40 we don’t have many – dictates that you get to ring the bell after, and only after, finishing your thesis and having a last official meeting with your advisors. Four years of work for a lifetime of bell-ringing privileges…
(The bell is up high, out of the frame, but it’s there.)
Tomorrow I embark on a different adventure; tomorrow is my first day of class for library school! Which makes tonight the first “school night” I’ve had in three years.
I’m going to bed early.
What I’m reading: Love Stories in This Town, Amanda Eyre Ward; Harry Potter (#5), J.K. Rowling (audiobook)
What I’m listening to: The Crane Wife, The Decemberists; Mendelssohn’s Songs Without Words, Daniel Barenboim; Bach’s Cello Suites, Yo-Yo Ma