Typed on a plane en route to a teaching position in Keams Canyon, Arizona.
Archive for Letters to Parents
A brief postcard showing Navajo rugs.
In which Marcy buys Navajo rugs. “The Hopis are very beautiful people in every way.”
A detailed description of Marcy’s life and work at Keams Canyon. “[Mr.] Russell is an inept incompetent impotent idiotic ass, and I’m not just name-calling, I’m describing.”
A postcard from Keams Canyon. “Sorry to hear you had to stop smoking, Daddy. hope you find something near’ as good.”
Final letter from Keams Canyon, a general update about life and teaching.
Back at Antioch, getting back into the swing of things at school. “the bill, tra la, is enclosed.”
Preparing for the end of her junior year, and for the summer. “don’t really know anyone else in the city with a very long beard. But then, your definition of a very long beard is probably about three feet shorter than mine.”
Starting summer quarter at Antioch. “[The music professor is] kind of upset with us; here we are, all grown up and adults and don’t even know that music is the most important thing in the world.”
Another letter (a brief one) from early in the summer quarter at Antioch. “Just finished my syllabus for an independent study in how modern math is taught in the elementary schools.”