Be sure to read the Annie Dillard’s “Seeing” carefully; there may be a quiz. Also, take some time to review what you wrote out on the hill. Think about how the whole process went for you and be prepared to share it with the class. If you’ve already forgotten what the Hoagland reading was about, take a little time to skim it as you eat breakfast on Thursday morning. We’ll be drawing connections between this week’s readings, so they’ll have to be fresh in your minds.