Off and Gone Forever

I am posting now, just a few hours after my last one, because as of the time I leave the Ferguson residence I will not have any appreciable computer access. We fly tomorrow to celebrate Nana and Grandpa Koskovich being married for 50 years, a remarkable feat that Ian and I plan to accomplish as well.

My talk with Jeanne Chowning at NWABR went alright, though they will not hire me for the summer. She said they might find me a few weeks’ work somewhere; the only really productive part of the excursion to Seattle was that Jeanne said she knew about 10 people heavily involved in science and writing, and that she would give me their names. So not entirely in vain, if mostly so. Continue Reading >>

Some Things Refuse Internalizing


Day’s Verse:

My help comes from the LORD, who made heaven and earth. He will not allow your foot to be moved; He who keeps you will not slumber.

Ps. 121:2-3


Last night Ian and I slept together in a single and dreamed of our Queen-sized one. We awoke early – I remember a 3:30, 5:00, and finally a 6:30, at which I felt so grateful to have slept until what felt like 9:30 that I could not sleep anymore. The flight last night could not have gone better, barring cutting its travel time in half… which, ironically, we will do when we fly down to California tomorrow for my mother’s parent’s 50th anniversary. They want the whole family there, and by George, they will be! Fifty years is a long time. Though to be completely honest, I have not fully adjusted to finishing my classes, since I just took my last final on Tuesday, and now we have somehow found ourselves transported to Bellevue as if by magic. Very expensive magic. Continue Reading >>