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Headlines for Tuesday:
|A||X||Breakfast - bacon and eggs|
|A||X||Write letters - W|
|A||X||@1000 Check finances - can I sort out my TD banking and earn interest?|
|A||X||@1100-1300 Lab meeting and lunch at IML|
|A||X||Catch up on e-mail|
|A||X||@1800 Dinner at home - pasta|
|A||X||@1940 Leave for HP|
|A||X||@2015 Meet W at HP for krav maga|
|A||X||Return library books|
I raided a few second-hand stores for books and clothes. I found such gems! I'm half-tempted to just keep them at *my* place instead of giving them to J. After all, J will only get to read them every other week, and I wouldn't mind having them handy all the time. I bought only books that *I* loved then and will love even now. W is new to all of the books, although he had heard of Shel Silverstein before. We'll have such fun reading, and may end up going through all the books ourselves before J gets a chance to!
I am on the lookout for more volumes of The Book of Knowledge, a children's encyclopedia introduced to me by Simon's dad. I think it's amazing. Between that and Childcraft, I'll probably eventually put together a library of entertainingly educational books for kids (and the grown-ups who drag kids along so that the grown-ups have an excuse to read the books too).
That and a science museum, and a puzzle collection... =)
Random Emacs symbol: gnus-article-strip-all-blank-lines - Command: Strip all blank lines.