Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Getting There.

It's been a few days since my last post. Let's see, what's happened? I was in Jersey this weekend with Rick for a car show. It was fun, and the weather was absolutely fantastic! He and his 91 Vanagon won the Vanagon category, which was great. And there were some really awesome VW buses there, especially some pre-1968 split windows that were fantastic. So the weekend was really good. I got some sun, which was nice. Now it's back to work...School is almost done, with only a few weeks left to go. This is both good and bad. Good because I need a break from school. Even though I'll be doing CPE this summer, at least I won't be trying to write a bajllion papers in very little time. It's bad b ecause my papers are due in a few weeks. Ahh! I'm trying not to look at the big picture...just the details. But I have all of my paper topics (almost) finalized and will hopefully be able to start writing the shortest of the three this weekend, and maybe even finish it. I'm only taking that class pass-fail, so it's not imperative that it be a stellar paper. That's about all. Rick and I got my new beater bike up and running last weekend (during the Nor'easter). I rode it today and it's great! He said it must have been a really great bike 20 years ago, and it's still good stuff. He gave me the fenders off of his bike so now I won't get soaked when I have to ride to class in the rain. Woohoo! At least, my butt won't get soaked. The rest of me likely will. The weather has gotten so much better! I took the plastic off of my windows, and now the room feels much less stuffy. It's a little cooler today and cloudier than it has been, but it's better than the 40 degrees and rainy of the last few weeks. The trees are finally starting to blossom (as are my allergies) so that's great. Rick and I are going to forgo our run tonight and bike part of the minuteman instead. It's a 20 mile paved bike path that starts in Cambridge. I doubt we'll do the whole thing (atlhough we may very well...should only take an hour and a half or so...maybe 2), but it's fun and nice. And it's not the hilliest thing inthe world. I did it last year with Dan and Tim, and this year I t hink I'm in a bit better shape so we'll see how it goes. Anyway, I should get back to translating Xenophon. How much more fun could things get? Ha. Oh and randomthought: my nephew is huge and looks almost nothing like the kid I saw 5 months ago. Hard to believe he'll be 1 in less than a month...seems like he was just born!

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