30 July 2007

Post-Harry Post

I am back into reality, seeing as how I have finished Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

It's quite a thing for me, because I've spent so much time with Harry these last years...I wrote my college thesis about these books...I've waited and waited to read the end, and now I finally have. It was a wonderful ending, pulling together all the loose ends (every single one), and completing the series. The scope of the whole series comes into focus in this one book, and you can see how all the other books have just been set-up for the final chapters. It's astounding, and a wonderful work of fiction.

In other news, we spent the afternoon at Covenant getting some details worked out. Teaching this year is out of the picture...at least it is for this semester...but instead I will take classes to renew my teaching license. I'm excited about being a student again, and the challenge to organize my time will be good for me.

As for the cost...I have to go work on that issue now. More updates on the way.


cj said...

Hello, dear friend! I am just now finding your blog after you left a comment on mine. I am honored to have my photos posted on your blog, thank you for the compliment. I will try to check here often to keep up with things going on in your life. I'm glad you had a nice visit with B&E, they are a lovely couple. I never read any of the Harry Potter books until a few weeks ago. I was chatting with my good friend and she offered to let me borrow her first book. So, I read it in two days! Pretty fast considering I have two young children to keep up with! I can see why you enjoyed this work so much. I might have to read the others as well. Keep in touch, and please leave me more comments on my blog so that I know when you have "visited" with us. Love and hugs.

Heather said...

I just found this blog through a comment you left on MaryAnne's. I can't figure out if this is new or you are "dual blogging."

Sorry I've been out of touch...horribly tired these days. Just trying to catch up on the last five years of sleep I guess.

I like your blog title! Love you! HG