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Posts Tagged ‘TV’

Kitchen Nightmares

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

I’ve had a week of classes now. My classes seem particularly excellent this term, and my summer class did as well. There are three possibilities: We are using happiness as our group topic rather than global warming, and this just makes everyone so cheerful that we naturally have fun and get more out of class. […]

Celtic Illuminations

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Okay, I admit I’m eating at my desk, but at least it’s good stuff. I didn’t work at all yesterday. Or at least not more than an hour so so.  Otherwise I did things like grocery shopping, housework, and planning a quilt for #1 son. I’m using the Celtic Illuminations set of quilt fabrics, and […]

In God’s Image

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

My new Tuesday class isn’t much on deep discussions. We had the question, “What does it mean to say we’re made in God’s image?” in our materials, and I tried to explore the question of what conclusions we could draw about God’s image from current evidence, and the other ladies clearly thought I was crazy […]

TV and Me

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

I watched TV last night. I rarely watch TV. Actually, I do watch TV programs, including British and Canadian ones, on DVD or on the computer. There are several programs that I’ve bought the DVDs of because I enjoy watching them repeatedly: Numb3rs,Coupling, Pushing Up Daisies, The Thin Blue Line. But actually turning on the […]

Mediterranean Dip

Thursday, January 19th, 2006

MacGyver is still ahead, though there have been some more kind words for Bond. The physical-world responses are mirroring the virtual ones. We were watching James Bond last night chez fibermom. (There is always a James Bond movie on cable TV somewhere.) I was home from choir practice, getting in a couple of rows on […]

Thai Karaoke

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005

I’m reading Bell, Cook, and Candle : An Angie Amalfi Mystery (Angie Amalfi Mysteries) By Joanne Pence. There are no nice people in this book so far. There are self-centered, whiny fashionistas, self-centered whiny goths, tormented police officers, and madmen. If it doesn’t improve, I’ll quit reading it before the end. That’ll teach it. The […]

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