Monthly Archives: August 2005

  • Bases are loaded and Casey’s at bat

    Posted on August 26, 2005 by normalperson in Uncategorized.

    The baby girl and two of her friends went out for softball this year at school. In Oklahoma, the three of them are several years behind the curve. The pitchers are already throwing like 55 mph. Some of the girls were very aware players, knowing when an opportunity came to take the next base, and […]

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  • Who would’ve thought? It figures.

    Posted on August 22, 2005 by normalperson in Uncategorized.

    Dear CMS Registar, I know I didn’t write your job description, so I have no idea how busy you must be. But, in all fairness, you have no idea how little work you actually do. Your basic job, of enrolling our students, requesting their previous school records, and calling parents when there are issues, YOU […]

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  • Who doesn’t know what I’m talking about

    Posted on August 17, 2005 by normalperson in Uncategorized.

    Things I learned while on vacationWhen smooth hands perform, magic tricks are cool everytime. Even when you know how it’s done. There are far too many McDonalds and far too few Sheetz. People aren’t who they first seem. Sometimes they are better, and sometimes they are much. much. worse. A rise in gas prices of […]

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  • It keeps on fallin’

    Posted on August 7, 2005 by normalperson in Uncategorized.

    Drove across Tennessee today. Emily asks along the way, “Is this the biggest state?” !? What DO they teach kids in schools these days? Memphis was neat last night, for about 10 minutes. After that, there’s really nothing to talk about it. We DID, though, make a stop at Graceland. We assumed we’d go and […]

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  • The world below can’t bother me

    Posted on August 1, 2005 by normalperson in Uncategorized.

    As it’s always said, after a traumatic event in your life, you have to learn to move on. So we move on to different, if not better, things. Our sadness doesn’t disappear, but it decreases in it’s intensity every day. Our love doesn’t disappear, but it increases in the nostalgia and remembering every day. We […]

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