(via The Dunning-Kruger Peak of Photography)
October is a fine and dangerous season in America. It is dry and cool and the land is wild with red and gold and crimson, and all the lassitudes of August have seeped out of your blood, and you are full of ambition. It is a wonderful time to begin anything at all. You go to college and every course in the catalogue looks wonderful. The names of the subjects seem to lay open the way to a new world. Your arms are full of new, clean notebooks, waiting to be filled. You pass through the doors of the library and the smell of thousands of well-kept books makes your head swim with a clean and subtle pleasure. You have a new hat, a new sweater, perhaps, or a whole new suit. Even the nickels and the quarters in your pocket feel new, and the buildings shine in the glorious sun. —
Thomas Merton, The Seven Storey Mountain
Is is a wonderful time to begin anything at all.
Digital Citizenship Resources at Edutopia
This is what it looks like when you finally pick up over a year’s worth of “winery membership” wines.
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