Monthly Archives: December 2018
I Needed An Elf!
“You can never find an elf when you need one, When you’ve got to get that toy beneath the tree Yeah, when an elf is what you need, His energy, his speed, There never seems to be one who’s free … Continue reading
Start of End of Year Letter
I kid you not, my end of year letter is starting with “2018 was the year of hell.” Eh, maybe I’ll start with the kids, then segue into that.
Winter, you can snow now!!
Recent musings #1: Winter Skins
Recent musings #1: Last week it was 39° and partly Sunny here in Ann Arbor. I was outside without gloves or hat and with my coat unzipped. Amber didn’t even want to wear her coat. I saw a man out … Continue reading
Where Am I, Friends?
Earlier this week I realized that I have not seen any of my friends, except for my bfMI Maha and that was only once, since September (August even?). Oh, and there was also that one chance encounter with a friend … Continue reading
Watch Out What You Offer
Yesterday was my last “midterm” exam, and all papers / videos / debates already done. Final exams start next Friday, with an important class day on Tuesday. So I told my kids if they’re going to get sick, as in … Continue reading
Looking for a new-to-me Christmas movie
Looking for a new-to-me Christmas movie. One that’s like the Santa Clause and Elf. Prep & Landing was awesome. Arthur Christmas was not – it tried real hard, had a good premise, but it was too redundant of itself and … Continue reading