But enough about that. Links!
This week's BiblioBuffet column is a rumination on my huge "to be read" (TBR) stack.
To read about my first foray into vegetarian cooking, try this post from Unlikely Activist.
And last, but certainly not least, give the newest issue of Estella's Revenge a look. This month's theme is "travel."
For those of you who wondered, I did take Daisy to work with me on Wednesday!!! We had so much fun. First we stopped by the park down the street from the college and watched some kids play baseball. She was sensory overloaded by all the squawking and shouting children, but she had a fabulous time sniffing around once she got used to the noise. Campus was much quieter, so I took her out behind the building where we usually have class and let her chase some squirrels. My students loved her, and she loved them. By the time I got her home, she was totally pooped and she passed out on the couch early.
I need to go to Full-Time campus in G-vegas today to get some work done and drop in to a colleague's retirement party. Then I have to come home, gather up some grades, and go to K-vegas to Part-Time campus to drop off some more grades. We might load up our stuff and make another trip to the park.
I wish I had a picture of Miss Daisy at the moment. I have the computer in my lap, sort of off to the right side, and she's got her head on my knee on the left side. So cute. Just to remind you how cute....
I have no idea how she sleeps like this, but surprisingly she's been known to sleep in weirder, more painful looking positions. She's getting so big. Her new thing is to stand in the kitchen with her front paws up on the dining table and go fishing for bits of paper (receipts, grade sheets, essays, books). It's annoying, but she's so cute it doesn't matter much.
In minimal book news, I picked up The Omnivore's Dilemma last night!! I love it so far, even though I'm not far into it.
For now I'm off to enjoy a lazy morning until I need to leave for work. That's code for "read all the blogs I'm behind on!"