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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Here’s a boring post about how my back continues to twinge uncomfortably when I try to get up from some positions. It remains tender from the lifting I did when I was clearing Mom’s garage. So I’m trying to stick … Continue reading
I got home late Wednesday night, too late to pick up my dog from boarding with her groomer. Since it took me an hour or so to get settled enough to be able to sleep, I didn’t wake until late … Continue reading
Okay. I spent just over a week in Austin, celebrating Mom’s birthday (73) and helping her out with a few little tasks. We got together with my cousin Joan, who was born on Mom’s birthday, and Joan’s sister Janet, whose … Continue reading
Wow. Two days at home isn’t long enough. I spent the weekend in Philadelphia for a conference, got back early Sunday evening, and now I’m off again. I like travel, but I need at least a week between trips.
This morning, I feel like I live in New England. Cool overnight, I needed a little more than a light blanket; turning off the ceiling fan was more than I could manage half asleep at 3 a.m. When I took … Continue reading
My main task for getting back into the swing of summer work has been reading a book I’ve promised to review. I’m really enjoying it; reading may well be my favorite form of work, though today I found it surprisingly … Continue reading