Normally I post about different musings, but today I thought I would do something different. This ball of fluff is my cat Lily. Two months ago, she was walking down the road, a stray, in Middleton, Wisconsin. Three weeks later, she was at home with me.
Last post I summarized some popular complaints about the new movie The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Today, I will be talking about some of the more positive things! And now is the time for why I LOVED this movie (this is a lot more fun to write about)!
Disclaimer: The following post contains spoilers from Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Hobbit. If you have not seen the movie and do not want to know what happens, please do not read further. Otherwise, I would enjoy a good debate on the following topic.
I’ll admit it, I’m not a technology whiz. I may have a computer or three, but that doesn’t mean I always know what I’m doing. This seems laughable given that I work for the University of Wisconsin Colleges Online doing a lot of work in an online learning environment.
As I muse on another post, this time about either women in the medieval ages or Social Darwinism in the Boer Wars, I thought I would throw out a call for articles and book reviews! It’s still a work in process, but I am looking for interested individuals who would like to submit an article
First of all, I apologize for my absence. We currently have no internet at my apartment, and I am awaiting the arrival of such this week. I have about a thousand posts prepped but no way to post! Carry on, you are saying, I know it, so read on::
I was originally going to entitle this post “5 Great Mobile Apps for the Bored, the Slightly Addled, and the Disorganized…Basically 5 Apps for the Routine-Stricken Post-College Grad”, but I figured that was too wordy. I have a tendency to be long-winded (just ask my professors). In any case, I’ve been in possession of a
No, I’m not here to trace my Carroll career one painful detail at a time. That’d be boring. Besides, I already posted my musing post last week in the midst of commencement hullaballoo. But it’s a few hours before the walk across the stage, and I’m feeling reflective…yet again. But this is what I’vereally learned
You know, I reflect a lot back on the last four years I’ve been in college. An awful lot. All those sleepless nights spent putting the finishing touches on papers and projects with either country or Disney music playing in the background.
Working in the Carroll University archives for the last three years has allowed me to have access to interesting and unusual tidbits about my university’s history. Here are some of the most noteworthy: