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… night. And now it is night.
… I would be embarrassed to turn in radically unreadable and incorrect papers/essays/homework for a grade.
That’s how the production ends — not with bang, but with a whimper. But what a whimper it was.
The problem with 3-night theater productions, like ours, is that they tend to lose steam on the 2nd night, especially if the 1st was a success. You become satisfied. Self-satisfied. It’s hard to keep it up, it’s hard to believe, … Continue reading
By “caught up” I mean with regard to TV — Lost, Doctor Who, and Heroes.
I had hours left to kill at LAX before my 11:15 (10:30 boarding) flight to Chicago, the dreaded red-eye.
As for the barista, who served me my coffee but was cleaning up near the window when he said that, I think he was partaking of a little people-watching as a particularly attractive young woman walked by.
The day in review:
… I found it difficult to say no to a pound and a half of bulk milk chocolate on sale at Woodman’s. I think I paid about $0.78 for it. A big block. I planned and still plan on baking … Continue reading
I taught in a relatively quiet classroom by comparison; my class of 15 (14 today) would have been small-pickins for a would-be-gunman.