Month: January 2008

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Wednesday January 30, 2008

7

Yesterday I had to take my kid to the dentist again, and so once again I didn’t get to the gym before heading in to the store for work. Since I wouldn’t make it home till 9:00 that evening, I […]

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Tuesday January 29, 2008

4

#1 daughter got to go to court yesterday. At a strategic moment, they sent her out for a file. Or of course they might have just forgotten it, but if it had been me, with a minion sitting there looking […]

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Monday January 28, 2008

5

So yesterday morning I went to the early service as well as the one I normally attend, in order to get more data for my project of helping them get their music woes fixed, and I was able to make […]

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New Stuff Time

5

It’s New Stuff Time in the retail world. At the store, that means taking pictures, posting them on the websites, and thinking up clever ways to use the new thingsĀ in the February workshops. At home, I received a package from […]

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Saturday January 26, 2008

5

#1 daughter didn’t come in last night, since they had bad weather there, so I have no good update on her. Here’s what I do know: When she first got there, they put her into a little room filled with boxes […]

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Friday January 25, 2008

9

More presents arrived in the mail. I have definitely gotten used to this. If I ever fall from the present lists, I will begin to feel hard done by, I can tell. Central Office sent me some sea-green kitchen utensils and a […]

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Thursday January 24, 2008

4

Yesterday was just one long gallop. Two days in a row I have not found time to work out, nor to knit. However, I have been involved in some interesting conversations. Ozarque has been talking about her perception that the […]

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Wednesday January 23, 2008

5

My list of things to do, places to go, and people to see today is really way too long. I have been feeling oppressed by it for a couple of days. However, it does also give me the opportunity for […]

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Tuesday January 22, 2008

6

From Scriveling, a list of 100 books all kids should read, with those I’ve read in bold type. The Twits, by Roald Dahl Burglar Bill, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg The Tiger who came to tea, by Judith Kerr Where […]