Month: January 2010

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Sunday January 31, 2010

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So yesterday I finished a new cover for the ottoman, and cleaned my kitchen, and worked. I also did some lolling around reading and knitting. I couldn’t quite bring myself to grade papers, but I did do the attendance tracking. […]

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Saturday January 30, 2010

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We just got snow, not ice. For this I am very grateful. We may be snowed in, but  we have power and heat and can cook and everything. The weather man is sad. We have this sort of fiendish-looking guy […]

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Friday January 29, 2010

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I’m going to do what they did on the news this morning and cheat, by showing you a picture of last year’s ice storm. This is because it is still dark out, so I can’t take pictures of this year […]

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Thursday January 28, 2010

How are you coming with your New Year’s resolutions and goals? I’ve been very faithful about exercising daily, even if it’s low key time with the Wii Fit. I haven’t been faithful about eating right. I’ve been moderately good about […]

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Tuesday January 26, 2010

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My husband is concerned about the Grammies. Michael Jackson, he explained, can’t be reincarnated because he’s being kept in the TV. If he didn’t have that much TV presence, he could go ahead and be born somewhere else and move […]

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Monday January 25, 2010

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I’m just back from my early class. I’m enjoying both my face-to-face classes, and I now have the first mountain of papers to grade. The arts center assigns groups of three lessons. Then you turn in your lessons and they […]

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Sunday January 24, 2010

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Yesterday I worked instead of cleaning my living room. Actually, there was plenty of time during which I could have cleaned my living room. #1 son did the grocery shopping so I could get my arts center stuff done and […]

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Saturday January 23, 2010

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I’m talking about business today. My feelings won’t be hurt if you don’t stay and read. The thing is, my possibility tree is getting branchy again. Originally, in spring of 2008, my possibility tree had three branches: get a job, […]

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Friday January 22, 2010

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For many years now, I’ve done the Holiday Grand Plan that gets you ready for Christmas without stress. I’ve done it with varying levels of dedication and thoroughness, but it’s always better to do it even a little bit than […]