Month: November 2009

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Running Late

This morning I’m running late — I got up to find another request from someone who visited my site, and foolishly went ahead and did their site analysis when I should have been getting ready. My class is being observed […]

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Christmas Lights

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We decorated our Christmas tree while drinking hot cider and cocoa.  For some reason, we couldn’t find the lights, so we have an unlighted tree. They turned up later, so I may just put them on over the ornaments, though […]

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TV Nostalgia

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Thanksgiving was very nice. My parents came over, and all the kids and an extra guy, and we ate lots of good food and had good conversation. Later, we ate leftovers and watched a marathon of Pushing Up Daisies and […]

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The Holiday Begins

The holiday is beginning. My husband has the day off. When my husband has days off, it often means that he doesn’t get paid. His company likes to center layoffs around holidays, which I guess is relatively kind. That is, […]

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Monday November 23, 2009

Back in March I showed you my work stock and flow diagram.  I had at that point four sources of work — I was, as it happens, trying to reduce the number of sources to the minimum and to restrict […]

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Sunday November 22, 2009

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Here it is three o’clock in the afternoon, and I’m just getting around to blogging. Shocking. I woke up to a request for changes in one of my articles on influential men — it was from last night, but I […]

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Saturday November 21, 2009

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I’m having trouble waking up today. I didn’t work yesterday evening, because I was just too tired to do a good job any more. I had only serious books in the house, but fortunately I have a Kindle, so I […]