I have survived the great "MFA illness," which has swept through the program...
"still struggling with"
"affected about 30%"
So in reality, I still seem to be struggling with the great MFA illness, which has infected about 1/3 of the program.
(I nearly made references to the plague or consumption, but decided against it)
We're troopers though--boxes of tissue and bags of cough drops are being shared. Maybe if we stopped sharing we wouldn't be in this predicament in the first place?
Oh! And tea (again) has been ruling my life. Mostly at home (my roommate has a hot tea maker) --but I may have gone to class with a cup o'tea yesterday. And since it wasn't planned, a classmate may have happened to have an extra tea bag with her...
In other news: I got books in the mail. Of course, the titles include:
I know you want to borrow these JUST as soon as I'm finished. Too bad. But really, I'm excited about them (I think). Unfortunately, they are just two of WAY TOO MANY that I'm working with for one class...
This is the life of an MFA student. We are studying/learning on at least three different levels...our craft (genre), literature, and teaching (theory).