Monthly Archives: November 2003

Up go the lights…

Traditionally, we have put up Christmas lights during the Thanksgiving break. It’s something that we did in my family and my wife’s when we were growing up. Since we moved to Florida, we’ve been less enthusiastic about putting up Christmas … Continue reading

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The holiday weekend is over

The holiday weekend is over — bummer! Back to work tomorrow. Good news is — 11 class days, then 3 days of finals! Very exciting! Plus, we are headed to Disney for Christmas — Epcot and Magic Kingdom! I can’t … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving II

The calm before the storm…

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Thanksgiving

Yesterday was Thanksgiving and we shared dinner with the Tates (and other new friends). Here is Ginger’s 25 pound turkey. Oh man, it was good. All in all, it turned out to be a great day. Stephanie started cooking early … Continue reading

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Speeding

I neglected to pack my lunch yesterday, so it was ultimately my fault. That’s what I keep telling myself. Nothing like a little guilt . . . Because I forgot my lunch, I decided that I would drive home and … Continue reading

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Operation Christmas Child follow-up

I was talking with someone at work the other day who commented not on the success of the project (see below), but rather the “interesting” separation between church and state given that the project was held on school grounds… public … Continue reading

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Operation Christmas Child

Last week, Stephanie and a whole slew of kids from Interact and French Club stayed at school until 9:00pm at a stuffing party for the Operation Christmas Child project. They managed to stuff over 200 shoeboxes with toys, school supplies, … Continue reading

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