Saturday, January 9, 2016

2016 Week 1: Quiet Week

Sunday, my friend Patryce and I spent the afternoon together to attend a wonderful concert in Indianapolis at this beautiful church, four amazing voices.


The week went by with very few pics to document the activities that filled every day, I guess they seemed routine, or not photo-worthy.

Slowly Christmas decorations made their way upstairs closer to the storage area in the attic.
The collection of turtles returned to the kitchen window sill, with the addition of a new little member that joined them over the holidays. Isn't he cute?



The additional focus of the week, to prepare for the two classes I will be teaching this spring, is still in progress. Syllabi are posted, but there is much to do yet to be ready for the challenge of two long days in the classroom--Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00-5:00 and 6:00-8:00.

I have no more photos, so I will borrow from Facebook.

Stephan was in Detroit for a few days working with a 10-member team of carvers, the event was CARved.


Mike has been intensely busy preparing for robotics build-season which began today, January 9th, with the simulcast revealing the 2016 game--STRONGHOLD. Check it out!

The rest of the day was spent reviewing, researching, brain-storming, assigning tasks. See Mike teaching that full classroom of eager PhyXTGears team members, all wearing their fancy 2016 t-shirts?


Let the 2016 build-season and the new semester begin!

1 comment:

The Bug said...

Wow, those ARE long days! Sheesh! I hope you pack plenty of snacks...

Love the picture of Stephen in the car - fun! He's so talented...