I have been reading some of the long-range forecasts for this upcoming fall and winter. Generally speaking, it seems they are predicting a pretty mild fall with temperatures above normal, and then it looks like this winter will most definitely not be like last winter.
Is stupid contagious? I am starting to wonder.
This is from Teri. I hope you can make it to one of these concerts.
And wow, is that a good thing. Not only can I not bake well, I cannot even decorate baked goods well. Evidence to follow.
Lately things have been a little crazy around here. I have been running at full tilt to get a lot of work done for a lot of different places, getting less sleep than I should, while generally getting very frustrated with the world. And recovering from pneumonia. As there have been a plethora of oddly appropriate animal macros floating around on the web (most from ICHC), I’m going to use them to help explain my story.
I have to admit that I’d never heard of Hobby Lobby until the first time I went to Alabama with Geoff. The first time I actually laid eyes on one I started laughing. I couldn’t believe that someone would actually name their store something that utterly ridiculous. It turns out that’s not the limit to their ridiculousness.
I know that to some people, the idea that there is anything left to study about the Civil War is doubtful. Estimates are that some 50,000 books have been written about the Civil War. And yet, much to my own frustration, many topics remain unstudied. The one that has frustrated me more than any other in recent years is civilian casualties of the war.
Ensemble St. Germain is back with a second performance of A lot of Alain. We had a great time last time and we hope that those of you who missed it last time will join us for this performance.
Here’s the review from last time in case you’re interested.
First Congregational Church, Natick Center
Sunday September 23, 2012
Tim Macri, Director
This is a free concert; free-will offerings accepted at the door.
I hope to see you there.