Month: June 2013

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What Is So Rare…

Here’s a recipe I made up for a client blog. It’s really quite yummy, and less than 100 calories. The day began with me sleeping in till 6:00 a.m., which may not sound like much, but it’s the latest I’ve […]

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Eat Move Sleep

Things happened this week. First, I got completely swamped with work, which is of course good. Then as a result of that I have stayed up till 10:30 every night. Even so, with meetings and whatnot I still haven’t caught […]

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Summer

When I was a child, summer was long stretches of time with nothing that needed doing. I’d play with friends, walk down to the beach, laze around the pool with a book… there was absolutely no structure to summer life. […]

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Daily Life

   So, yeah, I got up and did a little bit of work — totting up numbers for the CPA, adding a few connections at LinkedIn. The company is having a LinkedIn contest. The Art Prof already had more than […]

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Cure for Fatigue

The great thing about being tired is that resting up a little cures you. Last night after writing here I had dinner and then went outside and enjoyed a book on the chaise longue amid the flowers. I took a […]

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11 Days

Over the last eleven days I have had the following time off of work: six hours of sleep a night dinner with the Daily Show each day a haircut breakfast with my dad choir practice That’s it. I’m counting back […]

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Burn

The lilies are blooming in my back yard. We planted some in the front as well, and they didn’t make it. Perhaps they needed more sun. In any case, tha patio is now perfumed with the heady scent of roses […]

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Ouch!

This blurry picture doesn’t do justice to the revolting nature of my burns. They are large purple blisters. One broke during a meeting. I was in a boardroom with two members of a client’s team and six members of a […]

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Up and Down

Yesterday was a very up and down day. I got up on time and got through my morning routine perfectly, started work on time and got all the blogs launched on time. I had a call with a client, and […]

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Flowers and Insults

The 4 O’Clocks aren’t yet blooming, but they’re lush and healthy. The nasturtiums are just starting to bloom, as you can see below. I spent some time outside reading today after church. Also cleaned a bit, baked some banana bread […]