1. Work on house.
2. Read and re-read some program whatnot, especially the Bible, Aristotle's Physics, and various histories. . . possibly also some Plato and Euripides, and maybe the Anead. We'll see.
3. Get a bike and see what my first taste of living car-free off campus is like.
4. Start writing a book about policy and practice in handling sexual and domestic violence within the Mormon church. This is something I've been researching for a long time; I'm hoping to get 75 or 100 pages of rough draft out.
5. Study Greek like a Mofo. . . a mofo who plans to support his or her family as a classicist, that is.
6. Draw. Also learn some calligraphy and start playing with homegrown comics.
7. Fake RILA: doing the RILA readings, but also Rome-oriented food, movies, travel books, blogs, etc.
8. Spend time with Heidegger, and my other Utah peoples.
9. Love making food in my kitchen.
10. Keep getting my five fruit & veg and exercising every day.
11. Spend some serious time hiking, making music, and meditating in the wild.
12. Do some prep work for next year's social justice corps.
13. Go on a trip--maybe Seattle, Santa Fe, or the Grand Canyon. Or maybe some combination of the above.
14. Stay in touch with johnnies, play my piano, start practicing for the GRE, think about future summers, listen to the sophomore music compilation on repeat, read mass market urban fantasy novels about highly armed females, etc.
15. Keep chewing on these questions:
-What ethical obligations does one have to follow rules an unjust system which one can not opt out of?
-What is the relationship between fantasy, representation, and reality?
-What is the best way to deal with possessions?
-What are the best ways to deal with groups, appearances, and relationships?
-What exactly are we doing at St. John's, and how can I make the most of it?