But I don't want to make this blog a mere--and boring--accounting of what we read. The students also made--spontaneously and in collaboration--some really cool stuff, photographs of which we'll shortly publish. And we listened to some great music. (The song-of-the-day updates will be posted on the right side of this blog.)
Finally, as I shared the pastiched / collaged / limited-by-record-industry-convention-but-forward-thinking / highly disciplined / mono / number-1-smash-hit-from-1966 Beach Boys' song "Good Vibrations," I highlighted one of its many great, deceptively simple lyrics:
I don't know where but she sends me there.
Re-reading Eliot's "Burnt Norton" this week, I came across this line:
I can only say, there we have been: but I cannot say where.
Who knew what Eliot was onto would be echoed by a song one day used to sell soda pop?