I just found out that I'm teaching an overload this fall -- three freshman Comps, one World Lit, and one glorious Old English class -- and that I'm in the classroom by 8:30 at the latest every morning. My morning schedule on most days will look like this:
5:30 Get up and go for my "morning constitutional." I've decided not to call it my "morning run" any more, especially since I hurt my ankle and generally just walk it these days. It's now my morning constitutional, and lasts an hour.
6:30 Return home from morning constitutional.
7:20 Leave to take the kiddies to school.
7:50 Arrive at the University.
9:00 Office hours -- er, hour.
Notice anything about the above? No morning remaining! So, what's going to happen with the Morning Medieval Miscellanies?
I understand Blogger now allows us to delay posts, so what I'm going to try to do is write the MMMs at night, then release them in the morning. This will mean that the content of the Miscellanies will be about eight hours delayed. This also means that my own original posts will come out in the afternoons and evenings, rather than mornings.
Enough blog shop-talk. We now return to the Middle Ages, already (and still) in progress.