Oh my goodness. I think that we are all happy to turn our backs on 2020 and start looking forward to regaining a new normal in 2021.
One bright spot in my retirement life here in the paradise that is Asturias, Spain, is that I have finally finished a draft of my Art and Archaeology in the American Funny Pages. It is now up on my homepage as a rather large .pdf download. I would love to receive any feedback!
As a retired teacher who has fled the US and is now living in Spain, and as someone who has until now eschewed most forms of social media, I am belatedly beginning to create an online presence.
To that end, I am using this WordPress website to archive some of my miscellaneous non-academic writing. I hope that some of my friends and former colleagues may enjoy this collection, which consists mainly of political editorials, light-weight essays, and silly poems. I also post here the latest version of my US History textbook, Key Moments in American History.
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4 thoughts on “Felices fiestas 2020”
good to hear that you are well and still enjoying life in Spain!
Thanks. Hope you two are snug and happy!
Glad to hear you both are alive and ticking, as we are. Your research sounds very intriguing, Murray–fabulous! Good New Year to you!
Thanks, Barbara. Glad to hear you all are okay, too. Here’s hoping that 2021 will be a happy year for us all.