Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fitbit Update: May

Wow, what a month!  With Senior Thesis, Amy’s graduation and party, exams, and speaking at graduation all happening one right on the heels of the other, I’ve had to learn to fit my running into the schedule.  That meant getting … Continue reading

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The Speech; Part III: Grandparent

The last part of the speech contains the main message of the whole.  I’m feeling more and more like the grandmother I am–and you know what?  It’s not that bad!  Thanks for reading.   So, we’ve talked about the present. … Continue reading

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The Speech; Part II: Parent

As I thought through posting Part II, I decided to use initials and include the year of graduation with the quotes.  For Caldwellians this will provide a fun little puzzle; for non-Caldwellians the dates will give you an idea how long these … Continue reading

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The Speech, Part I: Teacher

Listening to, or even worse–reading, commencement addresses is not a very popular pastime.  I have very sweet and loyal friends, however, who have expressed an interest in the one I was privileged to deliver last Saturday.  I’m afraid it’s kind of … Continue reading

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Lesson on the Run

I got up this morning excited for the day.  It’s Saturday.  The sun is shining and I’m going dress shopping.  Better yet, I’ve lost about thirty-five pounds since my last dress shopping experience, and to make it even more sweet, … Continue reading

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