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Tell me about it. I know you will. I posted earlier today about a lovely evening we had yesterday with our current and former housemates. Upon reflection later today however, a couple of points in the conversation have raised my … Continue reading
Given the mugginess and the amount of sunlight and how hard it is to strike the perfect balance in our office between fresh air and being able to hear (there’s a highway right behind us), I decided to work from … Continue reading
I thought it was Nicolas Sarkozy, but maybe it’s Kevin McDonald after all.
As previously noted (and probably experienced by anyone with a job), coming back to work after a week of vacation can be pretty miserable. Wednesday through Friday of this week has just been awful. I’ve done my best to work … Continue reading
Picked my dad up from the airport this morning. He got in just fine, and I found him right away at the airport and we managed to be right on time for the bus to Freising to catch our train … Continue reading
I think it’s fair to say I travel more than most people. A quick check of the ol’ passport shows that I have very few blank pages remaining. Our annual residence permits for Germany take up two pages each, per … Continue reading
Many of you may be wondering what to get the person who has everything and needs almost nothing this time of year. Ever thought about the person in the opposite situation? My mom asked for a donation made to Heifer … Continue reading
So, I just realized I haven’t posted while on this current trip yet. Here goes. I would have taken some pictures, but like an idjit I forgot to transfer my camera to my carry-on baggage on the morning I departed … Continue reading
…and when it’s not raining, it’s *really* thick fog, as if the rain is being proactive by getting closer to the ground in vapor form before condensing into drops heavy enough to fall. But of course I meant it *figuratively** … Continue reading