Video: done, edited, shortened, done again.
Screencast: I'm a mere mortal. Give me Tuesday, when Nana takes the kids.
I'm going to learn how to paddleboard. You can go down to the Napa river, rent a paddleboard, and get right in. If, of course, you aren't completing a master's capstone, working 5 days a week, or taking care of children. And in a week, I'll be down to only one qualifier; I'm going to throw money at a babysitter until I've taken care of that one too. No blogging, no research, no Zoom. Just water sparkling on the river and my wet toes gripping on for fear of cold. Only give me the right tide and a sunny afternoon.
That's all I've got. I could go on about how grateful I am for what I've learned, how much the discipline of weekly blogs has been surprisingly enriching, my appreciation for a dependable and creative cohort, and the unquantifiable measure of a year's season of growth. But it will be my first time on a paddleboard; I don't want anyone to push me off.
It's been real, folks. See you on the river!