Thursday, November 15, 2007

I will not be afraid of women

(Dar Williams may be the most quotable songwriter on the planet.)

I am post-call and have not yet browsed all of this - or even most of it - but check out this collection of thoughts and opinions: "Feminism is not your expectation." Thought-provoking and interesting.

Because I love academics being totally geeky and calling it work: No, I'm not telling you what it's about.

It's hailing here. Profusely. How likely is it, do you think, that tomorrow's admissions are all elderly ladies who slipped and fell and have been hanging out in the ED all night? I hope not very likely. We'll see, I guess. (Also, I've apparently forgotten how to compose the future past tense. Did I completely mess that up back there? And is that even what it's called? Sarah, help me out.)

That's really it, I think. New yarn was recently purchased in a fit of optimism, fueled by the realization that, Oh, crap, it's not that far till Christmas. I really haven't done anything interesting lately, except work through the weekend and think about metabolic acidosis and morbid obesity.

How are you?

2 comments:

ellen in minnetonka said...

I love Dar, hate becoming a zombie. Luckily, I was vaccinated against Solanum this fall.

Sarah Rettger said...

Actually, I think all your verbs agree with each other. But on a related note, check out my post on Omnibus today. The Ridgefield P&Z spent some time at their last meeting debating whether stopping bad grammar counts as protecting the public welfare.