Monthly Archives: November 2002

Another fine day! Over two

Another fine day! Over two hours of tennis (two sets) in what can only be described as beautiful weather — light breeze, cool, and sunny. Stephanie and I went shopping today in search of Black Friday deals. Despite the lousy … Continue reading

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Turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean

Turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, yams, stuffing with cranberries and pine nuts, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Not to mention pumpkin pie, pecan pie, chocolate cream pie, and apple pie. Whew. What a feast! Happy Thanksgiving!

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What a breakfast! Pumpkin waffles

What a breakfast! Pumpkin waffles with pecan syrup, scrambled eggs, and sausage patties with fresh squeezed orange juice and milk. The only disappointment was how few advertisements there were in the paper — not to mention the poor quality of … Continue reading

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OK… vacations are pretty nice.

OK… vacations are pretty nice. I woke up this morning and went for a twelve mile walk (2:48:53 — not too bad). It’s off to have the SUV serviced and then to lunch. Maybe later today I’ll go by the … Continue reading

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Almost time for the holidays

Almost time for the holidays to begin. A number of my students have contacted me about their stress levels and the impact of the holidays. They don’t want a reduction in workload –they just want someone to hear them and … Continue reading

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Holidays and vacations are nice,

Holidays and vacations are nice, but sometimes it feels as though you are squeezing a full work week into a condensed work week. Or maybe it was beause today was a Monday. Either way, it was meetings galore! Ended up … Continue reading

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What a great day for

What a great day for tennis. We played for nearly two hours (and it was a tough set!). The courts filled up shortly after we arrived and people were waiting on the benches hoping to play. Beforehand we ventured out … Continue reading

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