Tuesday, March 26, 2013

So long, Norwich

Yesterday, I had a great brainstorming session with a group of folks on reimagining the Hydro Cycle, working to better include social, economic, and political issues to the standard diagram we all learn in primary school.
Today, I head into campus for a reception for North American students hosted by my office to help them meet up, meet us, and reflect on how the year has gone and how UEA can better market to American students.
Tomorrow, I'm off to London for a grand series of adventures. This probably means fewer blog posts, but considerably more entertaining and picturesque ones. Maddy, a sixteen-year-old friend of the family, arrives into Heathrow Thursday for her spring break...and off we go on a whirlwind tour of Ireland and the UK. Hold onto your hats, ladies and gentlemen. The picture stream on Facebook is going to be obnoxious.


  1. I'm Bohling onto it, darling!

    (I think you had a few synapses short circuit there. Time for a nap?)

  2. No, no. That was a DYAC moment. Sorry...