Man, I need to tell you about my week. On Sunday, I committed to running 20 hours of RPGs for middle school and highschool kids. Boy howdy, did I learn a lot. And here is my attempt to capture my week’s activities, lessons, and reflections.
Like most years, I ran a lot of games. I did play a bit, but mostly it was running. Let me give you a rundown.
As this year draws to a close, I’ve been thinking about how I spent my time. Some of it was spent well, some of it not. Can’t help that now. But as part of this reflection, I’ve been thinking about all the things I’ve read and watched this year that I’ve enjoyed, and I figure […]
I got my copy of Tiny Planet Mercenary in the mail today, and took some time to look through it.
My Geology class has had us researching as if we were going to do a research paper, but instead of actually writing a paper, we’re just making a presentation. But my head is bursting with things to share, so I’m writing something anyway.
When discussing climate, I have something of a handicap. I move too often.
So this week, we’re looking at mid-ocean ridges and identifying parts of those that we see.
When you first heard about Pangea, did you think it’d be cool to see the continents move?
This week: Earthquakes. Are they stalking you?
This week, we’re to find some instance of deposition of material, dirt, sand, silt, dust, etc, and answer some questions and speculations.