Monthly Archives: January 2016

For the quote box

The ideals which have lighted me on my way and time after time given me new courage to face life cheerfully, have been truth, goodness, and beauty. — Albert Einstein

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Home But No Snow

I toddled off to work yesterday with a scratchy throat and a pocket full of cough drops. Last night that turned into the typical “just someone remove my throat already for mercy’s sake” sort of cold. I seriously think something … Continue reading

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The Small Points of Process and Progress

After looking at this mess of pieces stuck to my wall for awhile, I did what any normal person would do: today I started to take them down. I had put all the “extra” or “left over” pieces into a … Continue reading

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Sherlock redux’d

I believe I ended up seeing the one-off Sherlock special four times. Three that were unmarred by signal problems. The last time, this past Sunday, I was still paying attention to several big ideas that were put forth in the … Continue reading

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Enter Winter, Mid-January

Almost every year about this time when the temperature starts dipping into the “man is it cold” state of things I am reminded of this book, Our Own Sung Fireside, Images of the New England Home 1760-1860 by Jane C. Nylander Continue reading

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