Tag Archives: winter

The cold never bothered me anyway.

It is the strange nature of blogs that you both know so much about someone from reading them, and so little. You often think that you have an accurate view of the person blogging, but in reality you only receive an … Continue reading

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Today I am thankful for

Today I am thankful for snow days that come right when they are needed most, like miracles, or those rains that sweep across dry summer fields and leave the grass ready to lean towards the sun with renewed strength.  Everyone … Continue reading

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How the weekend looked.

//We met our friends’ new baby on Saturday and she is perfect. How can babies even be that soft? We also finally met their [now rather large] pup and now I go back and forth between wanting a baby and … Continue reading

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Loving winter.

Let’s get the obvious out of the way: it’s cold outside. DC plunged into the single digits this week, and I know that the rest of the country had far worse.  Now, I realize that this is record breaking cold, … Continue reading

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Pokagon

We spent last week in Indiana visiting James’ family, before returning to Kentucky for our last wedding of 2013. This was my first Christmas with that side of the family, and along with upholding all of their traditions (fresh baked … Continue reading

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Snow Day Ramblings

Disjointed thoughts that have been wandering around my head on this snow day. Last night I could just sense a snow day coming. I planned ahead, brought home work from my office and told my students that we would till … Continue reading

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This is how adults have snow days.*

1. The evening before, decide that the snow day will happen. Ignore all the proof against it (like it being, you know, MARCH) or the lack of precedent (because grad school doesn’t really have snow days) and prove your belief … Continue reading

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