Category Archives: Board games

Update for 3/18/2018

Board games 😎 Sunday to reward myself for surviving 40 years, I bought a couple of board games I’d had my eye on, a cooperative one called Magic Maze and a solitaire card game called Finished! My coworker wanted to … Continue reading

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Update for 3/4/2018

Birthday πŸ‘΄ On Wednesday I will officially be old. I might try to get some people together for board games. Church πŸ€” Sunday I visited liturgical church #4, this one Anglican. Unlike every other time I visit a church, at … Continue reading

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Update for 12/31/2017

Christmas Highlights from my Christmas vacation, part 2. I was with my family at our annual gathering at our parents’ house. Sunday πŸ€” Sunday morning we visited an Episcopal church we’d visited the previous year. It was just the liturgical … Continue reading

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Update for 12/24/2017

Worship team πŸ™‚ Sunday the Advent Orchestra had its performance. I thought it turned out well. By that point my tone was pretty good, and I hit most of the notes cleanly. And the songs took turns getting stuck in … Continue reading

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Update for 5/28/2017

Productivity – Working on projects during dinner turned out to be the best idea I’ve had in a while. I worked on them many more hours than I have been, mostly on the code console. I’ll keep this schedule until … Continue reading

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Update for 5/21/2017

I’m experimenting with leaving out the Project/Life/Site Update headings, since it all kind of blends together in my mind into a series of life events, and sometimes for narrative purposes I want to mix the more stand-alone life events in … Continue reading

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Update for 4/30/2017

Life updates Chapel – Last week I forgot to mention that at work the week before, our chapel speaker was Kim PhΓΊc, the “napalm girl” from the famous Vietnam War photo, and she was funny and inspiring, especially her story … Continue reading

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Update for 4/2/2017

Life updates Life events seemed to dominate last week, so I’ll start with them. Car – I spent a worried Monday and Tuesday with my car left at the mechanic to assess a rusted, leaky brake line, wondering if I’d … Continue reading

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Update for 2/12/2017

Project updates Productivity – After spending too much time on Saturday getting distracted while shopping, as I often do, I’ve started experimenting with the exercise of asking myself, “Is this what I’m doing now?” to use my time more efficiently. … Continue reading

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Update for 1/1/2017

Happy New Year! Life updates Christmas – At the beginning of last week I was still on vacation. Monday – The family had our annual breakfast at the House Cafe and then our annual tradition of going out to see … Continue reading

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