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I think we lead a fairly boring life now that the kids are away at school. I am still working on Project Life,

a very easy scrapbooking project for 2010. But my problem remains - remembering to take a picture every day.

This week has been very busy at work. My assistant came back after 3 weeks of medical leave, and I was really glad! The best part is, she is feeling better than she was before her surgery, but still not 100 percent. Taking on the supervision of an 11-person department has been challenging, but fun! They may get tired of my constant e-mails, but I hope I'm helping them by keeping them informed about what's waiting to be worked. It's definitely a new challenge for me after 33+ years in the business!

The first three nights of this week was spent watching basketball! KU beat Missouri Monday night, K-State beat Baylor Tuesday night, and the Shockers beat Illinois State Wednesday night. The Kansas teams are on a roll. Right now I am watching the KU/K-State game. Of course, I'm rooting for K-State and Corby is rooting for KU. KU is up 43-37 right now, but there is a lot of time left in the second half.

Corby and I went to see the new Mel Gibson movie "Edge of Darkness" today.

It was very intense, though there were a few slow parts. Gibson remains a moving force in movies. While I am a Lethal Weapon fan, I think he did his best work in Braveheart. Yes, he's had a rough time the last couple of years, but...I still like his work.

Thursday night and Friday we had a pretty good dusting of snow. Actually, it was our largest snowfall so far this winter! We had about 6 inches at our house, though other parts of our area only had 3-4 inches. It was a beautiful sunny day today, so the slush on the roads melted quite a bit. Of course, now my car is filthy!

Today's new music: One Republic's "Waking Up" and Barry Manilow's "The Greatest Love Songs of All Time". Can't wait to load these on my I-Pod.

And today's quote:
To laugh often and much
to win the respect of intelligent people
and the affection of children,
to earn the appreciation of honest critics
and endure the betrayal of false friends;
to appreciate beauty,
to find the best in others,
to leave the world a bit better,
whether by a healthy child, a garden partch
or a redeemed social condition;
to know even one life has breathed
easier because you have lived.
This is to have succeeded...


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Lenore said…
Just saw the box score for the KU-KSU game. Wow - that must have been VERY exciting!!

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