Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Rose of Sharon has thorns….

This post may not make much sense, but there is something bugging me and I need to get it off my chest. Adult language alert… I remain confused by people who are surprised when parts of life suck. We live … Continue reading

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Sorry yall

My well has run dry. We are frantically preparing to move to Fort Leavenworth in about a week and a half…and I dont have a Request For Orders (RFO) yet, much less actual orders which are required to do things … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Those Sleighbells Ring?

This is a story I wrote some time ago. I added Chapter 2 last year. Hopefully my muse will return soon so I can continue the story…I hope you enjoy! Can you hear those sleigh bells ring? Nick passed through … Continue reading

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Great historical documentaries from BBC

I stumbled across these videos on Youtube and was absolutely floored! I am incredibly envious of their opportunity to live this way for so long. I HIGHLY recommend them! You can go to the Youtube channel, we definatly owe Zodiac … Continue reading

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The Happy Turkey

This is one of the few times I link Robb’s linked item better than his analysis of it. I think this is a great moral lesson all the way around! http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2011/11/are-you-a-turkey.html The Parable of The Happy Turkey The parable of … Continue reading

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Interesting bits

An interesting article on 18th Century medicinal recipe books: http://phdpanacea.wordpress.com/2011/11/01/caroline-powys/ The blog for a university professor at Northwestern who is doing an Afghan studies class: http://afghanopoly.wordpress.com/ Great blog on surviving in modern life: http://survivingmodernlife.com/ Despite first appearances, an interesting take … Continue reading

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Boosts and Bummers

Last Thursday was a bittersweet day. At 0900 I walked across the stage at the Presidio of Monterey theater and graduated with my French class. At 1500 I had an office call with the LTC in charge of the FAO’s … Continue reading

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