In which Emma rationalizes her decision to write and post a poem a day along with her students. Publicly. No, really.
In which Emma talks about some Seriously Exciting Things and gives so many links your head may explode with all the awesome.
In which Emma has a crazy busy week and takes pictures of it.
In which Emma transitions into summer vacation and explains how “vacation” is a misnomer.
In which Emma urges you to read Lorrie Moore’s Self Help. No, she means all of it. And right now. Why are you still reading this? GO!
In which Emma offers a great many photographs for the week and then some past.
In which Emma offers a glimpse of her week, mostly in terms of candy and cute animals.
In which Emma posts the results of a writing prompt in solidarity with her students.
In which Emma becomes a Harry Potter addict, even after terrifying children’s movies ruin her childhood.
In which Emma creates and then extends a terrible metaphor but also talks about where she is going, where she has been.