Hello, fine readers. I hope everyone had a good Saint Patrick's Day. Thank you once again for all of the feedback - it's good to know you're reading. As I've said before, we have so much talent in our neck of the woods, and it's truly a pleasure to help spread the word.
It's not easy to turn Donald Trump into an object of sympathy, but the hotheads disrupting his rallies are pulling it off. They may see their invasions as a brave effort to stop a frightening, divisive political force. But others - not just Trump followers - see privileged college kids stomping on someone's right to free speech.
Tucked away on the scenic Oxford College campus, the Seamus Heaney exhibit is on display in the Fran Elizer Exhibit Gallery at the Oxford College of Emory University library. As a smaller incarnation of the original Emory exhibition, "The Music of What Happens," Oxford College's presentation starts with a kite dangling over the interior entrance, reminiscent of Heaney's "A Kite for Aibhin."
Just last week, I was asked to read a Dr. Seuss book to a local elementary school class. I get asked to do those types of things often, but I jumped at the chance because I thoroughly enjoying interacting with the future decision makers of our town. I didn't realize that day, in particular, would be an eye-opening experience for me.