November 3, 2014
by Betsy Chapman
It’s been a busy day for the Daily Deac. I’m prepping to be a moderator for the Deliberative Dialogue event tonight, and there have been several meetings and forays across campus.
So I thought today we’d do an Impressionism Daily Deac: “The term Impressionism has also been used to describe works of literature in which a few select details suffice to convey the sensory impressions of an incident or scene” (from Wikipedia).
– Cold in the morning
– Benson food court at noon – seemed like long lines for everything except Shorty’s and the Grab N Go
– Glitter Headband Girl walking on the sidewalk, silver glitter glowing in the sun. (Rock on that you have the confidence to be that bold!)
– “Burning bush” – bushes turning red in the stadium near the track
– Warm sun closer to noon. Jackets off but still see girls in long sleeves and scarves. Equestrian boots aplenty.
– White and red small stop signs in crosswalks now, saying it is state law to let pedestrians cross. SO much easier to cross streets now.
– Water bottles in backpacks – either via carabiners or in mesh pouches.
– Big, blue sky
— by Betsy Chapman
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