Month: May 2013
When I was a little kid and we went to the beach, I always had this strange and terrifying and utterly disorienting moment where I’d think to myself this is our first day at the beach; we have four more days at the beach, and then this vacation is over. That sentence, I now realize, […]
emmabolden2013 is the year of Awesome, A teacher’s education, Academia, Academic inquiries, accidental confessions, Another summer in a winter town, Art and life and love and The Big Stuff, awesome, Bizarre associations and other odd tendencies, Chchchchanges, childhood ailments and other daily disasters, creative writing, disappearances, DUENDE, education, edumacation, Embarrassing stories, Emma is very lucky, Emma's Awkward Adolescence, Emma’s Adventures in Over-Analyzing, Emma’s attempts at normal life, Emma’s attempts at real life (failed or otherwise), Fear and how to face it, graduate school, gratuitous photos of whatnot, Happy accidents, learning, Losing courage and other freakouts, Movin’ on, My nerves are bad tonight. Yes bad., my students, odd comparisons and awkward metaphors, overthinking, pedagogy, Scenes from my childhood, So long, teaching, teaching writing, the heft of cathedral tunes, the three jobs, thought for the day, where are you going where have you been, writing community, writing teachers
In which Emma offers a visual representation of the end of the semester as an explanation as to why she hasn’t been blogging lately. WARNING: TERRIFYING MIMES.
emmaboldenA teacher’s education, Academia, accidental confessions, Brief Updating, bright shining spots in the very much dark, classroom, COLLECT!, creative writing pedagogy, disagreeable/agreeable, disappearances, Epic, Going to eleven, INTENSE, IRL Drama Llama, multi-tasking, NaPoMo, NaPoWriMo, nonappearances, NOT COOL., Perspiration? Inspiration?, pictorial representations, teaching, teaching writing, The Drama Llama, The Horror The Horror, The latest medical anomaly, velociraptors, visual representations, What Emma is up to, where are you going where have you been, writing teachers, You better work