We have two more weeks of classes, then finals, and then, yes, it's spring. For real.
I had a great time at Birding School, and learned a LOT, which was wonderful. Such fun!
In the meanwhile, I have to finish grading a stack to hand back later today, prep for peer revision stuff in my senior seminar today, prep to teach Persepolis, and yes, work on my Kalamazoo paper. (I'm guessing Kalamazoo is really convenient for folks who are finishing up right now; they have a week or two without classes to work on papers, then a weekend trip, and then summer begins for real for them. Not quite so convenient for me, alas. But I'm looking forward to it.)
I had my seminar students turn in drafts in the discussion area (in groups) on Sunday. Two were late (they turned it in after midnight when it was due at 5 or 6pm), but everyone turned one in.
One of the late students wrote on their turn in note that they don't usually do drafts, just write and turn things in. What they turned in was 6 pages (the assignment is 12-15). So I'm hoping that they'll get some good, critical feedback and take revision more seriously than usual.