Archive for April, 2004

Lemonade and Lord of the Rings

Thursday, April 29th, 2004

It is at this time of year that I inevitably hate working. It has nothing to do with my job, it’s just about how nice it is outside. To be sure, it’s made a bit worse this year by the fact that I don’t have a window in my office, though. I have so many […]

Things That are Different at my New Job

Friday, April 16th, 2004

Lunchtime is not an event. People eat when and where they want, and there’s no central area for people to gather and eat together. (bad) Our receptionist is more than competent. Yeah, she doesn’t take a million personal calls, she’s very friendly and helpful, and she seems to always be in a good mood. (good) […]

“Senior Moments” for $200, Alex

Friday, April 9th, 2004

This blog is dedicated to my dad, who had a carotid bypass this morning. He’s doing fine. So, as you might have guessed from the above, my dad was in the hospital today. And therefore, I called him on my way home from work yesterday to wish him luck with everything. Actually, I called my […]

Passover, Passover, make me a snack

Tuesday, April 6th, 2004

In honor of the holiday that began at sundown today, I’m going to share some of my amusing Passover stories. (Also, I’ve recently been chastised for not posting often enough. Mea culpa. I’ll try to be better about it.) In my senior year of college, I wanted to make a cake for my friend whose […]

The hills are alive…

Saturday, April 3rd, 2004

I’m guessing that you want to hear all about my trip to Austria. If not, that’s too bad, because that’s what you’re getting. It turns out that there really aren’t any hills in Vienna, although The Sound of Music is the first thing anyone asks me about. That took place in Salzburg, people. The trip […]