Archive | July, 2008

Lazy bum.

July 31, 2008

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So…. since we bought the iMac I find myself glued to this spot WAY too much.  It’s not healthy, and it’s not like I even do anything on the computer.  I have my bookmarked things and I click through them endlessly.  It’s bad enough that I’m a little ashamed of my slothfulness, and since I […]

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Not too shabby

July 30, 2008

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This year I’ll have more preschoolers than we have cubbies, so some prototypin’ had to be done.  A few old shelves, a miter saw,  and just a few muttered curses later – viola’! Of course it won’t live in my entryway, but it doesn’t look bad there.  The only thing I have to do is […]

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Enjoying the views.

July 29, 2008

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We went to see Wall-e tonight, and it turns out that it is better if you’ve seen Hello, Dolly! first!  Go figure. I highly recommend both movies!  Afterwards we didn’t have anything we really needed to buy, but I wasn’t ready to go home just yet.  We walked around downtown Lincoln a little bit.  Here […]

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A good crop.

July 28, 2008

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Ah, the signs of summer – sweet corn being sold out of the back of pick-up trucks, children running through the sprinklers, and the smell of grass…. growing in the streets. Yeah, we have brick streets.  Just four of them, though.

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Thanks, Mark! Thanks, Lyle!

July 27, 2008

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So, I’ve pretty much got one good life story to tell, and most of you have heard it already.  For the sake of any new readers, I’m repeating it. I am a ukulele enthusiast.  I bought one for my classroom a few years back and memories of the one I had as a kid came […]

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Dry Day

July 26, 2008

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Dry Day

Well, I was at a conference and Lloyd worked on installing video projectors in the classrooms at school all day and nobody thought to take a picture of anything. So…. since we’re dry for material, you people need to step up. Share with us some unpleasant task you’re dreading in the next few days. Big […]

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