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Generic viagra online Big news, generic viagra online folks. Generic viagra online Dunno why it’s taken me so long to announce this, generic viagra online but I am moving back to the sanctuary, generic viagra online where I’ll be living in a 1973 Airstream trailer, generic viagra online sharing my front yard with cows and chickens in the part of the mountainous sanctuary property we call “up the hill.”

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  • Sarahjane Blum

    Minneapolis is better for having had you, and don’t be surprised to find regular visitors from the Midwest mucking our way up the hill.

  • Here’s hoping the transition will be a unstressful as possible and as rewarding as it can be.

  • catherine pdojil

    Weezie! Or wasn’t your “Moo-ving on up a reference to The Jeffersons?

    Good move, though I’m sure Minneapolis will miss you. I’ve wnnted to visit the sanctuary for awhile, and now you’ll both be there if I can ever get the funds together.

    You’ll appreciate this. I originally read your statement here: “partly because I was still in the midst of its narrative and partly” as “partly because I was still in the midst of its narrative and poverty” meaning your own, and I was nodding and saying, “yup, yup, got it.” Then I reread it.

    Happy and safe move. Miriam and the chickens await you with joy.

  • b

    Warm wishes for your next phase, pattrice!

  • Lisa S.

    Thank you for coming to our town and being one of the best teachers I have ever had. I know other students who agree with me. For me your classroom was a place of cultural healing and inspiration.
    I think what sets you apart is your embodied approach to teaching, that you were right there with us.
    I wish you the very best in your next phase!
    Lisa S.

  • AngelinaS

    Hi Pattrice,

    I was wondering what happened to you? I am glad that you are moving on up, and YES!! Minneapolis and I will miss you soo much!! You are one the BEST professor I have encounter and a WONDERFUL WOMAN and teacher. I wish the best on your next phase and I hope I can visit one day!!

  • Thanks, everybody!

    Angelina–It’s so good to hear from you and, yes, of course you can visit the sanctuary someday.

    Lisa–It’s funny that you should say “embodied,” because I’ve been thinking specifically about that aspect of my teaching praxis and imagining ways of provoking other instructors to see (and feel) the benefits of being fully present and teaching with their whole bodies. Dance classes for college faculty?

  • Cassandra

    Patrice, I just found out today that you will be leaving MCTC and MN. Like everyone else said you will be missed. I just wanted you to know how much of an impact you had made on my life. You made me change my whole definition of what women is. Your class changed my life and has set me on the path to help other women. I am currently Interning at Sojourner project and hope to find work in this field. I just wanted to say thank you and I am so glad that you came into my life even though it was for a short time.

  • stupidstuff

    When I initially read your Sun Ra shout at last fm I thought ~ wow, this seems like a class assignment!~ I didn’t realize you are actually a teacher. Best of luck with the publishers!