Today is my last day in “the bunker”—my lovely basement office in our Ontario home. I have another lovely office awaiting in Mexico, but this one is my favourite, and I always feel a little sad leaving.
It’s said that “home is where your books are,” and that makes this place home: we’ve books everywhere here.
As soon as I finish this post, I will close the door on this office until next spring. I’ve tidied it well this year.
On the 1st of November, a little jet-lagged and travel weary, I will unpack my lovely office in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
As soon as I have my printer up and running, I will print out THE GAME OF HOPE (working title of The Next Novel). I’ve been thinking about it a lot and am ready to plunge into the next draft.
Other things going on:
But the main thing is the quality: the course is fantastic. I’m learning and loving it.
Check out all the other Coursera offerings: are they not amazing? I want to drop out and go to school! I want to work toward that long-ago impossible dream of getting a PhD in Comparative Lit!
Maybe when I’m 80 …