Friday, September 19, 2008

Back to School, and I don't mean teaching



Dear loyal readers.

Well, here's an interesting development.

I've returned to school in pursuit of a Master's Degree in military history. As a result I'm spending what had been leisure time reading and preparing to write papers. I'm "attending" (that is virtually) American Military University, so the entire experience is online.

The bad news is that I'll only be posting to this blog once a week.

There's a big upside however, which I'll talk about at a later date.

Right now I'm trying to rediscover the rhythm of being a student again.

Wish me luck. I welcome any questions or comments.

Justine, drop me a line.

More later.

Must go read.

Mannie

5 comments:

King Cas said...

YOU GO MANNIE! Go read that is. I know your journey will be a joy. Learning by choice is a great motivation. Will be interested in what topics you study and your papers. If you need a proof reader let me know!

Anonymous said...

Hang tough Mannie. You'd be surprised how much those books make sense after a good nap!

John C. Nicholas

Anonymous said...

Just be glad you're not taking any classes from Professor Hoptak!

John C. Nicholas

Anonymous said...

Good luck with your studies.
Susan

Tom Aubrecht said...

Good luck in your pursuit of higher education. If you approach your studies with the same vigor and enthusiasm that is demonstrated in your other undertakings, you will surely be successful.