Saw in a post from the UH Alumni site, that Mr. Kilgore, a great history teacher and one of my favorite teachers at UH, died Saturday. Here’s hoping he’s in a better place still telling bad jokes and coming up with plenty of new puns. 🙂
July was a quiet month in Library Monk blog land, but a busy one in real life. I’m officially out of MU’s SISLT Ph.D program and our house is for sale.
Anybody want to help us pack? To any Knoxville folks you’re welcome to help us unpack.
I’ve applied for a job in Knoxville. No, I’m not going to tell you what it is, you think I want everybody applying for it? 🙂 It does tie in my web design skills and library background nicely and I hope I get the job.
I’ve tried the PhD thing twice now, once at UT and currently here at Missouri. It’s really not for me. But if nothing else comes along I’ll finish out my assistantship here and possibility even finish the PhD if I can keep myself motivated that long. But I’ve determined academic research isn’t for me, I’d rather be out there doing something.
Stephanie is applying for jobs both here in Missouri and at UT. So who gets a job where and when determines who moves back to Knoxville first. But we’ll both be in Knoxville eventually along with Lisa and all the critters.
Wish us luck. 🙂
I didn’t make it to my 10 year high school reunion. But picutures from last weekend’s event are being posted. This set is from Julie. All I can say is my hair may br starting to go gray (actually it’s skipping directly to white) but at least I still have hair.
Update 6/23. More pictures, this time from John Stone.
Based on Smokey here, you have to wonder what’s been going on at UT since I left….
Imagine somebody with talent singing that. 🙂 Congrats to the Lady Vols for winning the SEC championship.
Well, Survivor starts tonight. The Johnson City Press has another article on Melinda Hyder from Elizabethton. From the commercials, this game seems substantially different from earlier editions. Should be interesting to watch.
This article from the Johnson City press sounds like something the Tri-Cities Computer Club might do if it was still and functioning organization.