The Function of Boredom


I’m bored. Painfully, excruciatingly bored. I took my medicine, I’m not anxious, I’m not actively avoiding anything. I’m simply bored. I have at least an hour before the kiddo will get back from his friend's house, and The Hub and The Sub are still asleep. I have nothing I have to do or need to … Continue reading The Function of Boredom

Teaching is Eternal


If you've read my blog post ""I Wish I Could Have..." On Mathematics and Motivation", you're familiar with my relationship with math and the history of how how my Dad became a math professor. If you haven't read it yet, check it out. Don't worry, I'll wait. Back? Awesome. So, when we left our intrepid … Continue reading Teaching is Eternal

Milestones: Looking for something radically honest to read? Voila!


My last post was written, literally minutes ago, and I was very emotional from the situation itself (here's the replay: Fake Pearls (A Parable and a Surrender), and the act of writing it out and posting it. And then, I get this little pop up notification as soon as I hit publish. I've apparently hit … Continue reading Milestones: Looking for something radically honest to read? Voila!