After the happy madness of last week (school deadlines, dog-sitting, asleep by midnight and up by 4 some mornings for work, the Fools’ annual fundraising dinner — which involved, among other delights, facepaint, paella, and what seemed like six hours of assembling empanaditas), I’m ready to welcome the relative calm and spaciousness of April. Off to a great start yesterday, with the second gathering of a super-solid and heartwarming Marxist feminist study group, right up in the Fools’ Court.
Today, I’m re-anchoring myself with a few staples.
- A leisurely morning with Ryan.
- Reading. (Check this great article, “The Nonprofit Industrial Complex and Trans Resistance” — thanks to Eva for the tip!)
- Feasting on the veggie soup I made last night in a fit of domesticity following a week of no home cooking.
- Maybe a little yoga.
- And as a bonus, a lecture at Golden Gate Law School on bloggers’ rights. (Which is especially neat since I got a sweet little reminder/invite from a couple of friends I made when teaming up with the law school’s ACLU club in the buildup organizing for SF March 4th.)
Nothing big; all good.
Hope your week’s off to a lovely start, too!