I spent last week dealing with piles of paperwork.
First, I received a student’s D.Min. Thesis in the mail to prepare for his oral defense at the end of the month. Four years after completing my own dissertation, it’s an honor to help other students with theirs.
Then I spent two days in Atlanta, working on estate administration details with my sister-in-law.
Estate administration requires plenty of space to spread out and plenty of sustenance — and as one Facebook friend pointed out, lots of toys in case we needed a play break.
I think my dreams of a paperless office just took a step backward.