Monthly Archives: December 2008

A Family Newsletter Too Far

Still at home, but feeling a tad better than yesterday. What an unfun bug this one was. In any case, today’s post is going to be short. I just wanted to drop in and wish you all a happy new … Continue reading

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Updates from the Sickbed

So here I lie. Still sick. Thankful for the internet, but really wishing I could be doing something. Working. Something useful. My mind isn’t really thinking all too clearly, so I’m reluctant to write, as I have no idea what … Continue reading

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Sick

And I don’t feel well enough to even type. Hopefully tomorrow improves.

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Chronicles of Old Men

Watched two movies yesterday: No Country for Old Men and Prince Caspian. Ah, the advantages of being sick for a day. No Country came first, and it was a case of me having slightly different expectations than what I actually … Continue reading

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Sick and Twitter

Staying home sick today. The holidays have a tendency to wear me out–so I’m doing my best to fight that. Stayed in bed all morning reading Stephen King’s Duma Key, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Now I’m going to watch No … Continue reading

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Snow Blowers

Woke up this morning to a whole boat load of snow outside. Probably 15 inches most places, with drifts over two feet. Oh–and school wasn’t delayed. (Don’t get me started on that–you’ll be hearing me grumbling for the next two … Continue reading

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Revision

So I’m in a bit of a quandary. I’m working on the revision, and I have to decide primarily what to do with the beginning. Almost all of the comments I got focused on the first chapter or so, with … Continue reading

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