Monthly Archives: July 2004

Riding a bike is just like…

People always compare things to “riding a bike.” In that, once you’ve learned, you’ve learned forever and you will never have to relearn. Tonight I borrowed my boss’s bike for a run to the bank. Holy cow, batman, it was … Continue reading

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John Kerry, Family Health, and walking.

Tonight I limped home from the gym and paused outside of a number of apartments. Not just to try and tweek my back into the right position, but to hear snippets of the Kerry nomination acceptance speech floating out of … Continue reading

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Great store is online!

Merz Apothecary is my local neighborhood natural store and home to hundreds and hundreds of products. Turns out they have a website with an easy to spell name. http://www.smallflower.com Go there. This is where I bought some preggie pops (not … Continue reading

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Eeek, I am getting older.

Tonight I did something I have NEVER done in my entire life. I changed tables at a restuarant because I didn’t want to sit next to the loud teenagers. A group that grew from two to six was at a … Continue reading

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Go Obama! Go, go Obama!

I just listened to Barak Obama’s keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention. Wow! How lucky are we that he is from Illinois? Great speech, perhaps even more than soundbites? He didn’t wait for applause and serve it up slowly, … Continue reading

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What a slow, quiet day.

Man, I haven’t seen a day like this since April at the shop. Slow, quiet, s-l-o-w… We even went so far as to take a dinner/computer break and leave the shop for a couple hours to work offsite. So slow. … Continue reading

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moments.

We are standing on a cliff above the Atlantic Ocean. A gust of wind unwraps my blue knitted scarf from my neck. He grabs the scarf and wraps it around my neck and we head back to the safety of … Continue reading

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