Saturday, June 25, 2005

Haiku

Collaboration
can be a pain in the ass
but we keep trying.

11 Comments:

Blogger Urban Chick said...

he he

are you able to share with us more about this 'pain in the ass' attempt at collaboration?!

i'm nosy, me!

2:04 AM  
Blogger BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

Do tell, please or please!

7:11 AM  
Blogger Kate said...

Just finished a very intense workshop with a group of very different people from my workplace - thrown together and asked to work as a team. It was very hard and draining work but we are finally done, Thank God!

I also met so many creative people from around the country who I felt shared my vision of what education can and should be. I wish I worked with them instead! :-)

I'm sick of being told not to be too idealistic, not to aim too high, to have "small, acheivable goals", to back off, to slow down, to be realistic, etc. While others at the workshop were thinking beyond the limitations and making it work at their colleges. It's like being a horse with a bit always in my mouth, pulled up short and watching other horses RUN.

I have a lot to think about when I get back.

Anyway, I can't write much at the moment as I'm staying with a friend for a few days... but I'll be back soon...

1:32 PM  
Blogger Jonniker said...

LOL! oh Kate, you are so funny. I completely agree. OMG, are you with Mireille? I might die of jealousy.

5:03 AM  
Blogger Atreau said...

Yay! I love it and I'm glad you're keeping up your sense of humor! :)

7:06 AM  
Blogger mireille said...

oh Kate ... by the time you read this, you'll be back on the right coast. It was wonderful seeing you. And next time, I'll travel to you! xoxoxo Micki

1:41 PM  
Blogger chris said...

collaboration IS A PAIN IN THE ASS!

6:14 AM  
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