Last Day of Classes
and I still must finish a biogeochem essay that’s already late, which should be and is my main priority. Yet I’m not treating it as such. Today was the last day of my dendrology teaching assistant position; I enjoyed it immensely; I love the compliments and criticism I received, and of course, I have relearned and reinforced my dendrology skills. At least I’m guaranteed two As—one as a dendro TA, and the other in my Literature of Nature course; the professor rivals me for happiest man in the world in my opinion, ha. I am sure I’ll achieve nothing lower than a B, or B- in biogeochemistry.
I will not be able to satisfy my Environmental Writing and Rhetoric minor due to scheduling reasons and classes offered next semester. So I went even easier, and satisfied my last elective for a Forestry minor. I will graduate in May from ESF to secure me a Bachelor’s Degree in Forest Ecosystem Science with a minor in Forestry.
Just a brief stream of consciousness before I grade my last set of quizzes as a t.a.
I suppose I will also copy over my most recent poem, which I wrote on my train ride north to Albany, up the Hudson River Valley. It’s thus called “HRV North bound.” I happened to submit it as my creative class response (final project) for Literature of Nature. That trip was Sat, Nov 30, this year.