Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Commitments

I went to an early morning meeting before work, and ate some raspberries and strawberries from the spread that was provided. I took a look at the crossword puzzle sale before heading for work. Thankfully, it was a shortened day … Continue reading

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Being John Malkovich

I worked for a long time on the material for my class. One of the other teacher introduced herself to me after several years, which was rather funny. I should have bought some groceries, but I didn’t. I was distressed … Continue reading

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Draft Day

I went to the office and did a little work for my class. After I returned home, I watched “Draft Day,” the movie with Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner that was released last year. I thought it was rather interesting, … Continue reading

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All is Lost

I watched some of the news about the storm hitting the East Coast. One reporter was sitting in the middle of Times Square. I went to the office to get in some work. I feel that I am a very … Continue reading

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Last Exit to Brooklyn

I went to work and heard some complaints, but I got through the shift quietly and headed back home to have something to eat. I watched the DVD of “Last Exit to Brooklyn.” I found it not quite as powerful … Continue reading

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Paddington

I got up early and watched CBS This Morning. Serena Altschul did a segment on Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa. Faith Salie said she intended to read all the Dickens novels this year. I went out to Safeway to buy … Continue reading

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Moulin Rouge

I awoke and watched the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning. I waited for the chef segment. Marc Vidal’s signature dishes were lobster fideua, pulpo a la gallega, espinacas a la catalane, patatas bravas, salsa brava, roasted garlic allioli, torrija … Continue reading

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