Monthly Archives: December 2009

nothing says “Merry Christmas” like a gift card

I can hold my entire Christmas this year in the palm of my hand. That’s it. Nothing more.

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think, act, talk

I think too much. Yes, I’m very aware of that fact and I’m fine with it, in spite of the occasional criticism I’ve received for being so inwardly focused. Acting out is not my style. I tend to be introverted … Continue reading

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something was missed

Not too long ago, while sharing information on books with topics we liked, a co-worker expressed interest in a book on physics I recently finished. I offered to bring it in for him to look at if he was interested. … Continue reading

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The seasonal doldrums seem to be hitting harder than usual this year. Surrounded by the normal frantic masses of Holiday shoppers and observers but I remain detached. At work we are having a “Wii World of Sports”** thing tonite just … Continue reading

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having fun

Five years. I wonder how many breaths and heartbeats that equals? Where’s the mistletoe? Got anything stronger?

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Can you remember your parents’ wedding date?

The subject of this post is from the poem ‘Twenty Questions’ by Maura Stanton appearing in today’s edition of The Writer’s Almanac. I’m pretty certain my parents were married in March 1950 but I couldn’t tell you the day. Their … Continue reading

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