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Knit

In which I knit, spurn milk and get used to ultra-short (for me) hair.

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No Joke

It is entirely coincidental that this long-overdue blog post is appearing on the first of April. “Jen! Are YOU doing BEDA?”

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WrAnyMo WrApUp

I’ve developed this habit of starting drafts and forgetting about them for a week or two, possibly a carryover of blogging privately. Oops. Here’s a slightly dusty post from Dec 2nd. I refuse to accept that WrAnyMo was a resounding failure. Sure, I only made about 22% of my goal to write 30,000 words in […]

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She Makes with Lots of Shiny

You may have read somewhere (on Twitteror maybe I blogged about it?) that Howl, my beloved iPod, died. Tim lent me his for the time being and, knowing my birthday was coming up, suggested that I opt for a Nano or an iPod Touch. I was taken with the Touch: wifi web browsability, mail and […]

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More Walks

The most recent walk was win but first, Walks 2009.002. On Wednesday, we circuited Wal-Mart, which was a less than stellar experience but I had good company, we kept a good pace, and I picked up a few things we were low on afterward. I wouldn’t rule out Wal-Mart for future walks though. There’s always […]

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Walks 2009.001

I went for a walk yesterday, in mid-50 temperatures and an overcast sky. Tim and I parked and hiked along the water’s edge at Griffy Lake. On the way, we saw a woman kayaking with an adorable beagle. Both human and canine looked rather pleased with the arrangement (biped laboring, beagle relaxing). This was moment […]

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Photos Up

I finally put up a few photos from vacation. See them here. It occurs to me that they are all of buildings and scenery. Russ and I don’t appear in any of them. If pressed, I suppose we have no real photo evidence that we were there at all. Too bad, I got a cute […]

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Laugh More

According to a recent study, psychological distress and severe life events may increase one’s risk of breast cancer. Young women who were exposed to a number of life events, should be considered as a risk group for [breast cancer] and treated accordingly. The good news? On the other hand, general feelings of happiness and optimism […]