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That's... kinda sad. I'd go with you!


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So, I just read that Ragnarok (Norse amagedden ) is tomorrow. Why haven't I heard about this sooner?


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Greetings chaps!


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It's The Girl's sweet sixteen today, celebrated not with a pink princess phone or convertible but with candlepin bowling, pizza and an ice cream cake.

Some thought of seeing a couple hours of Looney Tunes at The Brattle, but haven't committed to it yet.

Dog is asleep on my lap; I should've grabbed something to eat before I sat down.


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Hope she had a happy birthday!

Ciabatta is currently in the oven, we're having BLTs tonight. Almost finished with a to-be-felted purse, but I doubt it will get felted tonight.


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I love BLTs. And I love birthdays!

I'm trying to think of something positive to say here, but I have post-nasal drip, and I just want to complain about that.


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It's The Girl's sweet sixteen today, celebrated not with a pink princess phone or convertible but with candlepin bowling, pizza and an ice cream cake.

Hey, The Girl's birthday is February 23rd? What an auspicious day! Big Grin


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Is it just me or did February seem really short this year?


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Not to me, but then I've been waiting for doctor's appointments and putting up with pain, so, it's probably seemed a lot longer to me.

I started the garden though! I have three mini greenhouse thingys with tomatoes and peppers. The seeds are all fuzzy and have tails, but no green shoots yet.

I love growing plants. Smile


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I haven't done plants seriously for a while; there really isn't any place outside to put 'em

I did get in some skiing yesterday, for the first time in years: pricey, but fun.

Birthday was fun, despite woefully rusty candle pin skills.


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It looks so nice and warm and inviting out there - cheery sunshine and blue sky. It seems like it'd be nice to take a stroll down the road and fetch the mail.

It's 19F out there. Hardly cheery and warm.


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I should try skiing again. It's just like falling down a mountain in slo-mo, I can fall down things! But the price barrier is pretty high.

Chris and I are looking forward to next fall, when we plan to install raised planter beds and grow some stuff. But there's a whole lot of renovation going on before that happens.


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Skiing always seemed a really good way to break my legs.


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Skiing always seemed a really good way to break my legs.


Or dislocated my knee. And it hurts when that happens! I'll stick to swimming thank you.


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I made small, but marked, progress on a work project today. I finished a hell section, and went through a few easy sections, and then stumbled onto another hell section. Booo! But not as hellish as the first hell section. And I fixed an online problem before anyone had a chance to complain.

Now I'm going to try to get rid of another box of stuff, and then I'm going home.


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Got the official #s for my evaluation yesterday: a few more $ in my paycheck, starting end of next month, and a bonus effective tomorrow (yay!). Alas, tomorrow I also send out several hundred each to the Fed and State for taxes (feh.)

Saturday evening is our friend's St. Patrick's dinner, with corned beef & cabbage, black & tans, Irish coffee and good friends. On actual St. Pat's we're meeting other, more long-lost friends for dinner (Italian, go figure) downtown.

Social, social, must be Spring! (Single-digit windchill at the moment belies that suggestion.)


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It is March 14th. Happy pi day.


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I am on day 9 of working 11 in a row. For some reason I feel tired.


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I miss this place.

*hugs board*


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