No Getting Out

The days are just packed this week.  The school days, that is.  While things are slowing down for me some temporarily with chapel, things are picking up in other areas.  Tomorrow I’m leading a faculty workshop with our elementary faculty.  Then, on Thursday, I do a version of the same with our middle school and high school faculties.  Most of it is laid out, there are just some variations for each group to work through.  The topic is the continuing integration of faith and learning.  Beyond that, though, it’s a grade-check week and a transition week between units.  That means there are lots of little loose ends as we move from one topic to the next.  So lots of spinning plates, and that’s just at work.

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Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been posting some of the remastered videos that are coming with the 20th anniversary of U2’s All That You Can’t Leave Behind.  They just released a cleaned up version of “Stuck in a Moment.”  It’s a great song.  And it’s always fun to get the sense of a music video as a time capsule.

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