Fall Waning Harvest Moon
Back into the Latin this morning with my tutor, Greg. Boy, I got rusty in just two months off. This language stuff requires constant attention. When I went through college and sem, I took courses that I could set aside for weeks at a time, do a reading and note review in one big gulp, then be fine for a mid-term or a final. I can’t do that with Latin. It’s probably why I never learned a language. The repeated application just didn’t suit the style I brought to learning. Now, older, I’m more methodical, more patient with myself and feel no pressure for a grade. Makes the process better, though not simpler.
So. This ends the intellectually demanding week I’ve had since Tuesday morning. Whew. A bit of let down now, a kick back and read. Then, I’m going to pick up the Latin again this afternoon after the nap. Strike while the mental iron is still hot.
The weekend will see me finishing the bulb planting-24 tulips, harvesting carrots and beets and leeks and squash, maybe even some more greens. I’ll also get the bees ready for their cardboard wraps, though I won’t put them on until sometime in November.