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Archive for March, 2008

Green Nerds

You already know we’re nerds, so it shouldn’t surprise you that we participated in one hour of darkness tonight as part of a global climate change initiative. Earth Hour, now more »

NH’s idea of Spring

Dear Mother Nature, You do realize it is March 28? Just checking. Regards,First time in NH So yes, we got more snow today. Schools were even closed (which means J’s more »

We ran out of luck

We lost our game last night. I’m pretty bummed about it because it’s a team we should have beaten. I don’t think we’ll have a chance at the playoffs with more »

Coffee, lotto anyone?

My parental units departed this morning. It was really an awesome visit. My dad (Big on Lotto) was in great spirits, despite some big medical issues coming up. I love more »

Score!

My mom brought us good luck in soccer yesterday. We killed the other team. They stopped counting the goals, but it ended up being something like 15-1. So since we more »

Snow Delay

So my parental units are finally coming to NH for a visit. We’ll call them Short on Coffee and Big on Lotto. They tried for Thanksgiving, but my dad got more »

Cut summer camp, cut snow plowing, cut everything!

J and I had a unique experience today. We went to Town Meeting. As unexciting as that may sound, it was truly invigorating. A little background for you. Most NH more »

$225,000

Do you ever dream about retirement? Daydream at work and think, oh I can’t wait until the day I can kick back and do nothing but vacation, travel and read more »

Babies!

I’m happy to announce the arrival of Antonio William, the first babe of one of my college roommates, Chile. Antonio was born March 4 weighing 7lbs 7oz, 21.5 inches. I more »

LMAO

I overheard some old bitties at J’s senior center commenting about his dress as he walked by one morning …Old bitty: “Oh geez.”Other Old bitty: “What?”Old bitty: “That J must more »

Igloo update, Beantown, popping hips

The first igloo is a bust. We got another foot of snow Friday night into Saturday, and we haven’t gone out into the backyard to check for sure, but most more »