Month: August 2007

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The End of Summer

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My main goal yesterday was to finish the first draft of the first book in the publishing project (they are small books — 50 to 100 pages¬†each) and get it sent off to The Empress and That Man for feedback. […]

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Stories and Change

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The regular post-BTS schedule has reestablished itself. I went back to the gym yesterday, and I have the sore muscles to prove it (ah, those lat pulldowns). I prepared three wholesome meals. I also accepted a 2-inch square piece of […]

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History is Smelly

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History is smelly. When I teach about history, I always try to get across how different our relationship to the physical world is nowadays, and that is definitely one of the differences. I was reminded of it last night, at […]

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Bridget’s Shower

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My solo went well, and the party was quite fun. As always, the no-faces rule means that you are getting pictures of inanimate objects instead of people, as though the objects were the point of the party. This is of […]

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Friday August 24, 2007

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There has been some knitting taking place chez fibermom; the gray rectangle is becoming a larger gray rectangle, growing by a couple of rows a day. This, for the random knitter who might happen by, though any such person would […]

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Thursday August 23, 2007

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We’re on the cusp of normalcy here. The house is still rather chaotic, both from the usual summer accumulation and from this year’s special transitional chaos. I’m still needing to adjust my workspace and schedule. We had dinner at 8:30 […]