A Fine Powder of Bitterness.

The past few weeks have come and gone with little in the way of truely gratifying progress in any of my endeavors. I've got a few pages inked, but not enough to get excited about. I've been working on the captions for the 546 images that are used in my Survey of Sequential Art course. The developer has begun to rush me on this step and the quality of the work is suffering. This has happened as EVERY STAGE of this process. If SCAD would rather have quantity over quality, then that becomes their legacy. I'll be happy to be done with it.

Teaching 5 different classes is killing me. Every night I'm working right up until midnight only to get up at the crack of dawn the next morning to do it all over again. Ah, the daily grind has ground me to a fine powder of bitterness.

The forth-coming 5-year plan that I will undertake as SEQA Assessment Coordinator is like a giant looming on the horizon. Of course it will run me over sometime next month. Sounds like fun.

Maybe next quarter will be nicer than this one.

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