12 08 2011

I’m not sure if I’ve earned the right to relax this summer–sure, I’ve been busy, but mostly busy pursuing my own personal goals and ends. I’ve met with some successes (the conferences I attended were catalytic experiences in many ways) and come up short in a few areas (the Packard isn’t going to be finished any time soon, and I haven’t yet written the next Great American Novel).

Still, as summer winds down, it’s never a bad idea to kick back for few days with friends. Which is precisely what I’m doing right now in Naubinway.

Does one relax at the beach or on the beach?

By the time I return to the Detroit area this Sunday I’ll be ready for action…whatever that might entail. I have developed some of my thoughts on the so-called Higher Education Bubble that I’ve had a hard time putting to paper. Generally, I’ve found that the more important and valuable something on my to-do list is, the more likely I am to put it off. By that standard, I’ve got some truly interesting things waiting in my personal queue.




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