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Archive: March

Thrifty Thursday

March 29, 2007

To avoid getting in a rut, The Girl and I used the last of our 3-day pass to visit the […] [continue…]

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Small World

The Wife just called me from the hospital where she works to tell me that some old friends from SLR […] [continue…]

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Cheapskate Wednesday

March 28, 2007

Since I paid five bucks for a three-day pass to Great Falls yesterday, you had better believe I spent four […] [continue…]

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German Insight

March 27, 2007

After six years away, our friend Sandra returned to the DC area for a one-week visit, and we were honored […] [continue…]

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Strength in Weakness

March 26, 2007

I’m trying to get my reading done for the meeting next month, but it’s not easy with the recurring explosions […] [continue…]

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March 25, 2007

Experiencing most any media means making the famed leap of faith: in film, it’s often called ‘suspending disbelief’. The gem […] [continue…]

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Death and Taxes

March 23, 2007

It sure felt good to send my little packet of papers off to our uber-competent emergent accountant the other day. […] [continue…]

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Deep Hypocrisy

March 22, 2007

Immediate internal conflicts with my previous post about McKibben’s Deep Economy: 1. I bought it from Amazon.2. I cooked tonight’s […] [continue…]

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Deep Economy

Bill McKibben’s newest is perhaps his best. In his sociologic and economic musings on the declining environment and the shrinking […] [continue…]

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That’s (S)not Nice

March 5, 2007

Ella’s had a cold for a few days. She’s congested, drooly, restless, scratchy, extra cranky, alternately uninterested in food and […] [continue…]

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The relocation of our dear friends to Michigan has been so sad and surreal that I half-expected to see them […] [continue…]

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Quaker Summer

March 3, 2007

I had the pleasure of meeting Lisa Samson a couple of years ago. She is one cool chick, and has […] [continue…]

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