It was the last day of class, before finals. We squeezed in a slew of reports in Bioethics: Tim’s on fracking (as a public health issue), Jacob’s on a legislator’s idiotic proposal to eliminate peer review as a criterion of federal funding for science, William’s on justice, fairness, & equality, Joshua’s on happiness, Nick’s on violence, Mike’s on organ donation, and Caleb’s on hyper-parenting. They were all timed and terrific, occasionally even TED-like in their crisp clock-awareness. I think I learned something yesterday.
But the big news is from Bell Buckle: Older Daughter smashed a triple over the center fielder’s head (and darn near over the fence) to drive in the tying run late in the game, and then scored the go-ahead. Her team won! They’re in the regionals, playing tomorrow in Donelson. Go Tigers!!
And, coincidentally: it’s “Screen Free Week“… perfect time for me to unplug and get busy grading. Later.