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I'm sure your children never say such things because of their superior religious schooling that "doesn't tolerate such language". Now f@€¥ off so I can deal with my kid...

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tjsmama--how awesome on the USAT nationals! Is that from the Highlands Ranch one?

1jooj--7 miles! WTG!

Nic--Kudos to you for the windy hill intervals. I agree about the extra mileage credit (and more if pushing a stroller). Are you enjoying being super clean today? lol.gif

JayGee--Glad to hear that your exercise hasn't hurt your knee and I hope that you are finally finally finally going to get some answers.

Plady--Sorry about the bully trouble and your DD.

bec--nice tri workout yesterday!

Shanti-- goodvibes.gif for health in your house. As for the rest of it, I think you're smart to reprioritize and make life a bit easier.

Geo--good luck on the paper submission. They'd be rather foolish to ignore it on the basis of "too much press" when it's still good science, wouldn't they?

Taxes: our trick is that we always put down 0 in the deductions box. The downside is that supposedly we're losing out on money that we could be investing rather than loaning to the government for a year, but with savings accounts paying less than 1% interest, I can't get all upset about it. I prefer getting the refund anyhow. Granted, I wouldn't resent how much we pay in taxes under any circumstances--they pay for part of our local G&T ed, keep our national parks open, interstate highways maintained, etc etc--but it really helps to see a refund coming our way in terms of mindset too. orngbiggrin.gif

That said, we haven't so much as started. I'll add that to this month's to-do list.

NRR: It's going to be a week, but it's probably going to be ok. Examples include: the rats are back (bad!). I thought I saw one yesterday while on the phone with the garage about our car's service engine light. Sure enough, I saw it running in and out of the bush later. But the pest control people were able to come this morning (good!), so hopefully that will nip it in the bud. The car is fixed and it wasn't as bad as it could have been. R's cast came off today (good) but there's a spot on one of the bones that hasn't fully regrown so she needs to wear a splint anytime she's running around for the next three weeks (ugh). Had a paper accepted to a regional conference (good, though I've never not been accepted so I'm not sure it's an accomplishment), but now I have to write the paper before March 30 (much less good). DH leaves on a business trip Fri/Sat (double ugh). Maybe his business trips attract the rats? I swear he was going on one when we saw them last summer. And there's the issue of the woman at church that will likely be addressed in some fashion on Wednesday. But good: tomorrow is a half-day of school and it's supposed to be sunny; I think I can fit my other 6-miler in on Saturday while R is at a birthday party; DH will be back Sunday; I finally came up with some ideas for the homily I'm giving at church in mid-March. Our pastor likes to take a break from sermonizing on occasion and I volunteered, foolishly thinking this would be a good idea. I'd done a couple of homilies at Morning Prayer in college and enjoyed those. Though, come to think of it, I'm sure I didn't have time to do those either. Apparently I never learn. rolleyes.gif

Hmmm. Apparently I need to work on the "no drama" personal goal for this week.
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Qualifier to my post - I can't seem to turn my brain on for anything.  It has been a struggle to put forth coherent, sensible thoughts...so take all I say with a grain of salt.

 

 

tjsmama - that is amazing! Congratulations on qualifying!!

 

Jo - your work with your son sounds amazing.  I struggle with teaching writing, I would love for you to outline what you think the process of teaching children writing encapsulates.  

 

So far I've worked with dd and just being imaginative.  Her last story, I thought, was fantastic.  When I noticed a hole in the story I just pointed it out and she easily corrected it.  I must admit I looked at the stone soup site and we printed off a few stories to read.  They are amazing! I don't know whether she could get anything published, but I would love to see her try.  She's also intrigued by the illustrator. She's always talked of wanting to be a children's book illustrator.  That I could see her having a better chance.  I still want her to write though.

 

The idea of a place close to the ocean and with a balcony just sounds lovely.

 

Bec - I wanted to speak to the anxiety you feel about whether you're doing the daisy thing right... Here's the thing.  Do the girls like you? Are they enjoying what you are doing? Are *you* having fun?  Is everyone safe?  I have no doubt the answer is yes to it all.  Then the answer is to hell with the bureaucracy.  You do the best you can, but if you don't see the red tape and you make a mistake, it's not a big deal.  To see leaders that are genuinely enjoying the kids, and that the kids genuinely enjoy, is the most important thing.  Eh, here's where the brain just will not communicate the ideas I want to.  Needless to say, it's not something I would worry over if possible.

 

Geo - My dd was also really intrigued, even before the money came up.  Then she was determined!  Okay on the 4th grade turd, I love your dh's solution...but how about this...what if you put something sticky on the outside?  In a spot your dd would know, but turd boy wouldn't?  I dunno. I would totally go devious on his butt.  I would have a meeting with teachers.  Food is primitive, it's a basic need, you just don't mess with it.  Fingers crossed for the New Yorker of Science.

 

Plady I would go BALLISTIC!  To threaten harm in any fashion is so not okay.  I think this would require an extreme reaction.  I would march into school demanding a meeting with all the powers that be and start dropping words like "harassment," "extreme intimidation," "aggressive posturing," and so forth.  I would be emphatic about the impact of the intimidation.  I would demand that this child be placed as far away as possible and to encourage your dd to speak up whenever he steps out of line.  She is NOT tattling.  When there is an instance of aggressive posturing like this the correct response is to immediately seek adult intervention and if the adults don't help you go up the food chain. I would take this all way to the superintendent.   

 

And on PMS.  There have been times I thought I would rip my hair out when someone just would not be quiet.  Additionally, you know how I've been struggling with anxiety?  I think it may be hormonally linked.  I actually had a good week last week and it was after I started my period.  I really hope not, because I'm entering that peri stage...I can't spend all that time a puddle of goo.  Although it has not been too bad this week. Yesterday had some moments.

 

JayGee -rock the couch mama!

 

Shanti Of course it isn't wrong to find ways to take care of yourself!  Juggling is what we do best, isn't it?  It's better to put your energies where you will get a return rather than into the dark void of "who cares." Right?

 

So I literally had to do this in chunks in between dd's school work.  I printed it out and underline what I wanted to respond to...this may be my new strategy.

 

For me...dh is as always irking me to no end.  He may be late yet again and yet there are a group of women that have invited me to go running. I desperately want to go.  My running has never carried much weight with him, but yet he likes that I'm fit. Go figure.  He's moodier than a teenaged girl on PMS.  I will run tonight no matter what, but I'm frustrated that I may not get to run with others.  I'm tired of fighting him and tired of his moodiness and complete inability to see what he's doing.  Bah.

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MelW  ~ really?  Someone had the nerve to comment on your parenting because of something like "jerk face"?  Sheesh....

 

BBM ~ peace and calm, non-anxious thoughts to you grouphug.gif.  I really, really hope you get to run WITH your group tonight.  That is just totally ass-holic of your DH to be late when he knows you have plans.

 

Jooj ~ here's to kind, empathic, loving and fun 10-year-old boys jammin.gif!  Hope you are having fun on the dune trip.

 

Nic ~ a cyber hug2.gif for you and a cyber hammer.gif for your DH.  How cool that your kids are such great ambassadors for breastfeeding!

 

Shanti ~ get rest and time for yourself however you can, even if it means not making gourmet meals every night.  No where in the "mothering handbook" does it say every single dinner needs to be a work of art.  As long as your family is getting some nutrition from the food you serve, you're good to go!  Please, don't be hard on yourself.  You are an amazing Mama.

 

RR ~ a great Pilates class this morning followed by a nice 35 minute walk/jog on the trail.  Would you believe I saw daffodils blooming?  On February 29th?!!!!  It's supposed to be sunny and 68 both today and tomorrow coolshine.gif!

 

NRR ~ It's day 18 of Whole30 and I feel fantastic!!!!!  Last night I made shrimp scampi (with linguini for the family, with sauteed cabbage and mushrooms for me).  Tonight, it's salmon!  I've discovered a new love for cooking over the last few weeks.  Unfortunately, I have not discovered my love for cleaning.  This house is a disaster, but I'm not at all motivated to clean it, or even pick it up lol.gif.

 

 

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Whew, well, DS hit a home run this morning in his testing.  It's now down to whether or not DH is comfortable with such a radical change.  I'm ready for it to happen yesterday.

 

Onto fixing the other kid.

 

On the lunch box, the teacher finally responded with a "well golly gee, I have no idea what's going on."  All I gave her was the sequence of events and what we know is happening for certain.  I has hoping she could draw the line to "brat picking on a couple of kids."  Yeah, a few other girls have been having the same issues.  <sigh>

 

Electrification.  My mom recommends Gentian Violet.

 

Fortunately, the brat is only doing this after lunch, so that no food is lost and DD isn't going hungry.  However, 2 lunch boxes and 5-6 storage containers are lost.

 

RP's hip is bothering her. :(  Our 5 miler yesterday became a 3 miler + 2 mile walk home.  I'm hoping it's better tonight so we can do our 7 w/hills.

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Plady I would go BALLISTIC!  ~ I would take this all way to the superintendent.   

 

And on PMS.  There have been times I thought I would rip my hair out when someone just would not be quiet.  Additionally, you know how I've been struggling with anxiety?  I think it may be hormonally linked.  I actually had a good week last week and it was after I started my period.  I really hope not, because I'm entering that peri stage...I can't spend all that time a puddle of goo.  Although it has not been too bad this week. Yesterday had some moments.

 

JayGee -rock the couch mama!

 

Shanti Of course it isn't wrong to find ways to take care of yourself!  Juggling is what we do best, isn't it?  It's better to put your energies where you will get a return rather than into the dark void of "who cares." Right?

 

So I literally had to do this in chunks in between dd's school work.  I printed it out and underline what I wanted to respond to...this may be my new strategy.

 

For me...dh is as always irking me to no end.  He may be late yet again and yet there are a group of women that have invited me to go running. I desperately want to go.  My running has never carried much weight with him, but yet he likes that I'm fit. Go figure.  He's moodier than a teenaged girl on PMS.  I will run tonight no matter what, but I'm frustrated that I may not get to run with others.  I'm tired of fighting him and tired of his moodiness and complete inability to see what he's doing.  Bah.

Yes and ROTFLMAO.gifeyesroll.gif I wish on the superintendent part.  Our S is so pathetic and ineffectual.  This is the guy who siad his graduate thesis was on such and such and when people asked if they could read it since it was highly relevant to things happening in the district and after much ado it finally came out that the 'thesis' was actually just an outline for a paper that he never really wrote!  However, I am in touch with the teacher and the principal and it sounds like they are paying attention.  I just have to make sure dd keeps squeaking the wheel and if she doesn't I will. 

I'm sorry about your dh being a toolio.  I suppose that could contribute to the anxiety too?



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MelW  ~ really?  Someone had the nerve to comment on your parenting because of something like "jerk face"?  Sheesh....

 

BBM ~ peace and calm, non-anxious thoughts to you grouphug.gif.  I really, really hope you get to run WITH your group tonight.  That is just totally ass-holic of your DH to be late when he knows you have plans.

 

I have not discovered my love for cleaning.  This house is a disaster, but I'm not at all motivated to clean it, or even pick it up lol.gif.

 

Yeah, I was thinking how if little dd called me jerk-face in the locker room I'd probably have called her Little Jerk-face back even before the other lady could be indignant about my kid's language.  And then just imagine the fuss! lol.gif

Ass-holic, is that with a long 'o' or a short 'o' sound?mischievous.gif

Yeah, I like cleaning up, just not when my dh is around.  Too bad for him he's always around.

 

RR: Did my upper body weights today.  I worked extra hard to burn off that spaghetti dinner with dessert we went to last night.  Even swam a few laps.  Like, 4. orngtongue.gif
 

 

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Gentian violet. mischievous.gif What a turd that boy is.

drjen, when you get a chance could you update the race list? I just registered for a St Patrick's Day 10K. A woman I pass in the morning (she is heading out as I head in) asked me at school. shamrocksmile.gif

I wish I had it in me to do personals but my head is a mess and I am not currently as organized as BBM sounds with her method.

ETA: crap. crap. I just realized I forgot to handle some school testing that was being done today. The message said "your daughter" but not which one or which school so I got confused and promptly forgot about it. crap.
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In his defense coming home late was beyond his control..... and yet, is he in a mood! Lord give me patience, or at least a cast iron skillet and an alibi.

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To all Dingos dealing w/ Dh issues goodvibes.gif This too shall pass, it just may require some fencing.gif and rant.gif and om.gif

Geo - goodvibes.gif and dust.gif for the paper. Hooray on the testing - I hope Dh sees the light

Plady - oh hellllll naw. It must be so hard not to visit the classroom and whisper the same thing to the boy. I do, as the grown-up I reluctantly am (sigh) think C should be the one to respond when possible. I think this could be empowering for her, if she is able to handle him and come out the other side. Good luck

JG - yip yip yippee. Oh I hope the site is obvious and you are back on track

Jo - really a wonderful job with ds. I wish my dd would listen to me like that. What a special relationship you have

RR: rest day, if you can call it that

NRR: I am so overwhelmed. I have volunteered for too much and now I am de facto in charge of getting this house ready to sell, and its just too much. I'm supposed to write a grant this week (eyesroll.gif) and now I am in charge of planning travel to UT for a climbing comp. in May for about 30 climbers and families. I'm supposedly on a "travel committee" but no one else is doing anything. Now my realtor is coming over Friday to look over thehouse and tell us what work we should and dont need to do, and it's a sty (for something new eyesroll.gif). I dont have the energy, or time - hello grant that should have been finished yesterday - to clean and organize so she can get the impression I want her to have of this house's potential. And to top it all off, Ive spent the past 9 hours with a 4 year old who is whiny and rude to me - 4 going on 13. I can only be mature and take advantage of teachable moments for so long (um, 6 hours tops).

Does anyone know if one should get their house "ready" for their realtor, beyond just cleaning/de-cluttering?
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Ass-holic is going down in my personal and private semi-bad word vocab. lol.gif

 

And BBM, I hate that you missed your run because of DH-flakiness. That's so not ok.
 

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Does anyone know if one should get their house "ready" for their realtor, beyond just cleaning/de-cluttering?


I would shoot for entry hallway, main living area and kitchen, and let the bedrooms be messier. Besides, the realtor has seen it all and is probably in tune to the important things, the cut of the rooms, the windows, the appliances, etc. and won't be bothered much if everything isn't tip-top.

 

Plady, oh how embarrassing for that superintendent. He must be quite the politician to have been able to weather that fib and not lose his job.

 

Geo, seriously? Does the teacher really not know what's going on? How annoying. That kid needs a talking to. And that's great news about your DS's testing!!

 

Mommajb, crap.gif oh crud, why could they not have been more specific in their message... like child's name?? Sorry about that.

 

RR: track tonight with repeats.

 

Otherwise, I'm just plugging away (slowly) with work. And taxes. And school stuff. And now my dog was just diagnosed with lymphoma, so I am dealing (alone) with what to do about it. I can't bring it up to DH who is very much against chemotheraphy for dogs. I used to be too, but now it's my dog... anyway, so I need to make a decision already and begin steroid treatment for her.

 

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Mel - hug2.gif Sorry about your dog.  I hear you.  I think I am against big vet bills for pets who have had lovely lives that might have been completely worse but I just filled a scrip for my cat to be on 2x daily thyroid suppressants.  I tell myself I wouldn't do it for any of my other pets but none of them need anything now.

 

Sparkle - I'd do a basic job and let the realtor tell you how much more you need for real showings.  I haven't watched the show House Hunters but I bet it would also be instructive.

 

Jo - Love it, out in the desert with belly dancers.  Just the coolest Dingo.

 

 

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As someone who spent nearly $3k on vet bills last summer, I am not in any position to declare large vet bills to be money poorly spent. 

 

Plady - What a joke of a superintendent!  And, I would be beyond upset and crazed about the bullying. 

 

Geo - Good luck with DH and congrats to DS for showing his stuff at the right time and place!  I hope your RP is feeling better and can manage your next run!

 

SS - I can't remember if I thanked my SS for the goodies I got!  So, I'm going to gush again (because I already did in my mind).  I love my earwarmer, headband.  It's so pretty and perfect for this mild winter! 

 

RR: Well, not running, but I got to the pool for the first time in months!  I was a little worried, but managed to pull out 2000 yards with not much trouble.  I'm glad to see that I remembered how to swim!

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real~Yes, it was the Splash Mash Dash! As I explained on FB when somebody asked what my qualifying time is...you don't have to be fast, you just have to pick a race where the competition is slower than you! orngtongue.gif

geo~Hope RP is feeling better. I think the gentian violet is brilliant. mischievous.gif As someone who had a couple of battles with thrush, that stuff can do some serious damage...

sparkle~Agree with the others. Do a basic job, and let the realtor tell you what else needs to be done...that's their job, after all!

mel~hug.gif for your puppy. greensad.gif


One more day of sitting in a classroom. One more. I can do it, right? At least having computers made today tolerable, since I could FB and pinterest whenever I was done with the exercise we were supposed to be working on and had to wait for everyone else. Our trainer is pretty good, at least, and there are lots of things that I needed to know, I just feel like they could condense it a lot for those of us who are computer literate. On the bright side, our trainer gets us done early, and so she's having myself and the other girl in the birth center stay at the end tomorrow so she can do the training that we were supposed to come in Friday morning for. Not having to be in until 10 on Friday now? Yeah, I'm ok with that!

I may have gone on a bit of a race registration frenzy. bag.gif I am now registered for the Mudathlon (BBM, care to join? orngbiggrin.gif), USAT AG Nationals, and the RnR Denver 1/2. As I was sitting in class this morning, an email popped up with a code for $29 off registration for RnR Denver for leap day, and I couldn't refuse. It's pretty good timing for NYC training, and I so love that race.

I yanked DS's second tooth tonight. It was literally hanging by a thread. I could not believe the thing wasn't coming out on its own. We could wiggle it all the way down both ways, but it was still stuck, so DS let me give it a yank. Of course, now the problem is that I somehow do not have any dollar bills (hello, it's not like I didn't know this was coming, we've been trying to get the darn tooth out all week). I need to go inspect all my purses for change or I may have to raid DS's piggy bank. bag.gif

rr~I'm pretty proud of myself...I got myself up early to run before orientation this morning. Of course, when the nanny has to come, it's not like I can really wimp out, but still. It felt pretty good, and the endorphins were awesome, even if they didn't last nearly long enough to keep me awake during computer training. 3 miles done, and 3 more on deck for the morning.

dr jen~when you have a chance can you add these races for me? blowkiss.gif
Mudathlon, August 11
USAT Age Group Nationals, August 18
Rock n Roll Denver 1/2 Marathon, September 22
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I'm a bad wife...no I'm not, but I wasn't clear in my previous post.  I got my run in, he got home just in time.  He was just being super super grouchy. He got home late, but in time.

 

I'm doing the warrior dash on June 2nd, tjsmama - I'll let you know after that one. I had originally thought about doing the tough mudder, but a wise friend suggested, try the 5k first before running a 20k of mud and obstacles.

 

 

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Back from the desert today, looking at more flats (no fun but must be done), have showered and that is all I have done, besides finished up what little I had for a poetry proposal and submitted. Today was the due date, probably the only time I can remember that the time difference has actually been a help. eyesroll.gif

 

Everything is sore from bouncing around in trucks. Head is spinning, all the elevators in tower buildings is not helping. No sleep last night (thanks, 5th grade girls!). Hope to run in the AM.

 

Off to view another flat, back to catch up later! blowkiss.gif

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Gave the OK at the school; next step is to schedule another mega meeting then move him, hopefully after spring break

 

Jooj, we were looking at the man made islands in Dubai today on google earth -- is one of the palm trees mostly not built up, or is the satellite image out of date?  You could get a nice flat there!  :lol

 

Made 6 of the planned 7 last night, including the hill.  Good enough.

 

Now to go meet with the new city manager to inform him that his initially set priorities are wrong, and put Safe Routes back up at the top.

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URgh, so many personals, so little time!

 

Gaye, I told dh you had qualified for nationals by placing in your age group and he got a thoughtful look on his face and said, "I wonder if I could find the smallest triathlon around here so I could place." lol.gif Strategy my friend, strategy. 

 

Geo, way to go for ds! What's next for him?

 

Ugh, Plady, that superintendent sounds like a tool. eyesroll.gif A couple of friends recently suggested I should think about going for another Ph.D., this time in education, so I could 'change things from within.' I said, no way, no how, no thanks. By the time I got 'within' I will have either lost my mind or been co-opted to the adminstrator-groupthink that seems to infiltrate the education system. I'll find another brick wall to bang my head against, thankyouverymuch.

 

BBM, joining you on the dh hammer.gif. Cast iron skillet and alibi, indeed.

 

Mel, that's awful about your dog. hug2.gif Sending vibes for a complete and speedy recovery.

 

Mommajb, hang in there. 

 

Sparkle, one thing at a time. I know how it is with the moving thing. Let the realtor guide you and basically the way I got through all that plus working full time (at that time) was literally scheduling blocks of my day for each thing in my appointment book. Of course, the time taken up by tantrums does throw a wrench into things. (Yours or your kids redface.gif ).

 

RR: none today. I did some treadmill speed intervals yesterday and today is a late-opening snow day so I did not get to the gym. Have an appt. with that high school to talk (again?) about the possibility of rescheduling the class they want me for. We'll see. If they would coordinate with each other (the Hebrew studies principal and the English studies principal) that might make things easier. 

 

 

 

 

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A couple of friends recently suggested I should think about going for another Ph.D., this time in education, so I could 'change things from within.'

dizzy.gif Seriously? Like you need a PhD to be a superintendent or one specifically in education to make changes in education policy. Besides, I rather think the degree itself is flexible enough to stretch beyond one's specific field. Or perhaps I'm being a doctoral snob. wink1.gif

Speaking of colleges and snobs and such, did anyone catch the comment about Satan infiltrating the academy, so that it "fell a long time ago." Dude. biglaugh.gif Can't wait to um, tempt my college students tonight. Or perhaps the real temptation comes from walking into Starbucks for the research portion of the evening and resisting the urge to buy an espresso brownie? 'Cause if I weren't stressed out by writing, I wouldn't want the brownie. Clearly, Satan at work....

RR: Was hoping to run outside but it looks like it might rain (changing into snow in a few hours). I think I'm going to lay J down on the bed and try to fit a quick 3 in on the treadmill.
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talk to me about unaccompanied minor airplane flights. I have two children: 6 and 9. Each would like some time at grandma/grandpa's house without mom and dad. only problem: gma and gpa live 800 miles away.   We would put them on a plane in Cleveland and pick them up at Minneapolis. I get that we're able to escort them to the gate.

A: How much extra do I have to pay for unaccompanied minors?

B: How do I book the ticket? (assuming I can get over myself and do it with my 6 yr old).

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:dizzy Seriously? Like you need a PhD to be a superintendent or one specifically in education to make changes in education policy. Besides, I rather think the degree itself is flexible enough to stretch beyond one's specific field. Or perhaps I'm being a doctoral snob. ;)
 

I dunno, doesn't sound hard.  Just slap together an outline, call it a dissertation, and be done with it!  partytime.gif

 

Real, I loved going into class Monday morning to indoctrinate my students in my liberal agenda.  Of course, it was kinda exactly the thing he's scared of -- I taught a class on writing a solid hypothesis statement. mischievous.gif
 

kerc:  I think it's something like $50-$100 per kid per plane.  If they have to change planes, it goes way up.   With my kids, I'd be more worried about the 9 year old than the 6 year old.

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Real, I loved going into class Monday morning to indoctrinate my students in my liberal agenda.  Of course, it was kinda exactly the thing he's scared of -- I taught a class on writing a solid hypothesis statement. mischievous.gif
 

Ooohh, you hard scientist types are so subversive!

 

I'm at the school library, waiting for the next class to come in.  Today is the kindergarten play too and DD2 is super-excited!

 

FWIW, ass-holic is with a long-o mischievous.gif.

 

RR ~ an hour of cardio-circuit this morning.  I think I found a muscle in my hips that I've never used before.  I just hit the school nurse up for motrin.

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