Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Border

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Passover

I enjoyed a really nice Seder at an Israeli friend’s home.  There are lots of pictures that I will upload in a bit when I can figure out how to transfer pictures from my camera with my operating system problems … Continue reading

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Hot Water if One Really Needs It

I’ve decided that having the gas cut off isn’t the end of the world afterall.  A couple of different solutions to this problem if I decide that it really needs to be solved…I’ve been known to walk outdoors for 2 … Continue reading

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Life Becomes even More Miserable

The gas was turned off.  They took advantage of the fact that I left for a day long archeology workshop to invade the house.  Although I would only turn the gas on for a shower once a week, and to cook … Continue reading

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Two benches: An Undocumented bench and a Papal bench

3 undocumented benches that get better.  ICE doesn’t work, so those wrong answers technically don’t count, although they do when you bench.  I left the line in. A donation to another Catholic Charity that does computer education in prisons. You … Continue reading

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Debugging: Spring and a Dog Run

Yesterday was the official first day of Spring.  The last one was the time change.  Took the pups out for a 6.2 mile bike run on Sligo trail.  The creek needs some cleaning up, and the trail is not as … Continue reading

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Welcoming the New Pope

The transition has been smooth, and the choice of the conclave seems well thought out.  I miss the old Pope, but I can also appreciate his desire for a more reflected life.  His departure was flawless in grace.  I cannot … Continue reading

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Headache

A little more work flying a sign this morning…working pretty hard to try to achieve something close to the physiological normalcy that everyone else takes for granted. I was eventually able to get both bottles of insulin (NPH and regular) … Continue reading

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Some More Thoughts for Type I Diabetes

A really long prayerful dog walk around the NIH, as I contemplated the signs.  At 100 graves per sign, there would be a sign every 1/2 foot around the perimeter of the NIH. Thinking about what is really needed right … Continue reading

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A Drumbeat and a Bowl

I flew a sign again a little this morning to try to get a little more money for insulin and blood sugar testing strips.  Although I technically now have enough for the NPH, I will run out of regular insulin … Continue reading

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