Monthly Archives: March 2005

You asked for her, and here she is. Leah at 35 weeks. You can see by her scowl that she’s really done with this whole pregnant thing. This is her favorite pink shirt. One thing that will be hard in … Continue reading

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Went to a job fair yesterday at American University– oh, wait, I’m sorry: TheAmerican University. Maybe they’re part of The Ohio State University franchise. Either way, as far as I could tell from most of the “interviews” I conducted, they … Continue reading

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As I scour the educational landscape for people who want to give us money to set up new schools, I wind up writing a lot of beg letters. I’ve noticed that a certain sentence always wants to creep into the … Continue reading

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It’s been a great week of driving around Indiana. Now I’m in Indianapolis, which to people in Boston is to Indiana as London is to England. You sort of confuse them and then, instead of feeling silly, you think, “Well, … Continue reading

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Worst open house ever. You could tell that 182 Church Street held something special by the lack of parking out front. A small white Colonial on a quiet street in a neighborhood of Boston, its Open House this past weekend … Continue reading

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Last week we went for yet another ultrasound. You might think that all these tests can get a little scary. Or that impending parenthood freaks us out. Well, sometimes, sure. But they’re nothing compared to the terror brought on by … Continue reading

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