Archive for November 23rd, 2008

spilled-pillsOh, well we haven’t had one of these posts in a while. One of the side effects of cleaning is that I sometimes find stashes of terrible sentences. These have to be at least ten years old, so the people involved are perhaps already doing things like filling your prescriptions, providing occupational therapy, or helping out with our financial system.

“These changes, though huge in their ability to drive the revolving world, have in time, averted our attention towards the smaller components of society.”

“Today’s teachers are hard to come by.”

“This is why home schooling produces such a developed mind due, to the application of the teacher towards developing one mind. But that is another topic.”

“There has been a noticing decline….”

“The teacher must be firm and hard yet understanding.”

“The parent and child switch roles, only to see that the child realizes parenthood is not what it’s to be and radically changes into the ‘knowledged’ child.”

“Sometimes for this to happen it involves misbehaving during class.”

“Anger overthrows the lonely Mrs. Johnson and her hair stands on end.”

I leave it to each of you to decide what you’re most grateful for at this point….


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There are things that are easier to do without a spouse at home. In my case, these things include cleaning snits and home maintenance. So yesterday, two windows got sheathed in shrinkwrap, and several radiators got Reflectixed. The living room is more comfortable already.

Of course, it would be nice if she was here to share it, but the space will be nicer yet after I get the detritus of my activities cleaned up. By then, the cats will perhaps have forgiven me for running the ShopVac all over the first floor [not a great job, but cathartic]. And maybe I’ll get her Ring Day gift done by then, too.snowheartstone

If not, well, I do have a card. It reminded me of the snowflurries we got to see on our days apart, and also of a poem she wrote me when we were starting our romance…

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