Monthly Archives: March 2011

Charitable collector

Yesterday the city received about a foot of snow. Before leaving for his vacation, my sweetie cleared our driveway of the precipitation that had already fallen – so when I got home yesterday after work, I was able to drive … Continue reading

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Uniquely prepared

My commute in to work today was crap.  Just miserable.  An average driving speed of 20 mph on the freeway, and completely stopped in several different spots along the way. A trip that usually takes me 20 minutes in the … Continue reading

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Worry

As I write this, the city is experiencing some bad weather.  It has been raining all day long: the precipitation was quite heavy this morning; currently the rainfall it is less intense than it was earlier in the day, but … Continue reading

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Incremental change, radical results

Generally speaking, I travel the same path to work every day. Three-fourths of my commute to work takes place in my car; the remaining quarter of my journey in to the office is done on foot. During that final section … Continue reading

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Joy in mechanical movement

Once upon a time I used to be a runner. I began running my third year of college, but only because I had to (long story). However, after a few months of daily runs I found that I actually liked … Continue reading

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Date night

This afternoon/evening my sweetie and I went downtown, did a bit of shopping, and had a bite to eat.  And while all of these events were fine – the browsing was interesting, the food was tasty, the weather was agreeable … Continue reading

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A hilarious misunderstanding

A few days ago one of my friends posted the following sentence on Facebook: “Jump-started this sluggish morning with some red hot chili peppers & social distortion.” I was curious as to what she had for breakfast as I couldn’t … Continue reading

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