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Archive for March, 2011

It’s on like Donkey Kong

Well, it’s official. We are planning to thru hike the AT this summer. J handed in his resignation letter yesterday. Today he told his rec committee. Tomorrow he tells the more »

Week 42 of Unemployment

Busy week again, which included J getting a root canal and an interview on Monday for me. This was for a contract writing project that would start immediately and last more »

Happy First Day of Spring??

In true New England fashion, most of our snow melted last week and this weekend, and then we get a late-spring snowstorm today. I think it will only amount to more »

Week 41 of Unemployment

Awhile back, probably somewhere around week 26 of unemployment, I resigned to the fact that my roses were just not blooming. Not literal roses, silly, but the seeds I planted more »

Could the Mister give us the plague?

There’s a new study out from the CDC that says there’s a risk of transmission of some life-threatening diseases when your pets share your bed. You know, diseases like the more »

A Mini Tour of the Upper Valley

You wouldn’t know the first day of spring is in less than 10 days here. Sure, there are patches of grass in some places and we reverted to daylight savings more »

Week 40 of Unemployment

First things first, my second interview went great. It’s hard to tell where they are in the hiring process. I was interviewing with 3 people who I would potentially work more »

Learning to Cook Gourmet Meals

This weekend was pretty boring. Aside from J’s concerts (BTW, he got to Boston with no problems tonight!), we didn’t have much going on. We just did some errands and more »

Week 39 of Unemployment

Not a bad week work-wise for me again. I like the new project I’m working on and if all goes well, I’ll have it completed by next week. And good more »

From 27 inches to 13 inches to 32 inches

I know I already said our 27-inch flat-screen TV kicked the bucket, but J wanted to give it one more try. My husband is quite handy, but his resume stops more »