What will this year’s winter be like?

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.

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Trickle-down economics? No. Trickle-down dumb? Maybe.

Sigh.

Is stupid contagious?  I am starting to wonder.

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Meravelha presents “Daydreams and Desires”‏

This is from Teri.  I hope you can make it to one of these concerts.

~Kelly

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Hello Friends!
I wanted to invite you to Meravelha’s debut full-length concert, “Daydreams and Desires.”
This is my first self-directed concert, and I am very excited to be bringing this soulful music to life with such talented colleagues!
Performers:
Teri Kowiak, voice
Jaya Lakshminarayanan, voice and harp
Josh Schreiber Shalem, vielle
Catherine Stein, voice
Tim Whipple, voice
October 13, 8PM    Parish of the Messiah, Newton — Wine and Cheese Reception to follow
$15/General  $20/Priority Seating
Free upgrade to priority seating when reserving tickets in advance!  Reply to this email to reserve tickets.
October 21, 3PM    The First Congregational Church of Natick — Reception to follow
$15/General
Sweetest day special!  Come with a loved one (or just a friend) and get two tickets for $25!
November 4, 3PM   The Loring-Greenough House — High Tea to follow
$15/General–This is a small, intimate venue, best to reserve tickets in advance!  Contact lghouseconcerts@aim.com
You can find more information on us at www.meravelha.com.  Check back periodically, as I will be making updates!

My life, explained in photos

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.

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Hobby Lobby and Women as 2nd class citizens

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.

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