Monthly Archives: July 2008

Echoes

This summer I’ve remembered, in various places, some of the gifts my Dad gave me. When both of Margaret’s Tevas spontaneously fell apart, I recalled his reading “The Deacon’s Masterpiece” to me. When the Carter Family came up on the … Continue reading

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Framingham Revisited

We closed up the Princeton townhouse this morning, said goodbye to Jennifer (who headed back to NYC), said goodbye to Clare (who handed down to Margaret her [Clare’s] grandfather’s doctoral robes from Duke), and rolled out for a leisurely trip … Continue reading

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3… 2… 1

Tomorrow we move away from Princeton for the second time. More about our travels when we get connectivity.

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Not Forgotten

Just mostly offline. Jennifer’s here, we’re meeting Princeton friends to say goodbye, we’re struggling with the need to clean out the townhouse (and not making headway as fast as we’d like). All will be well.

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Landed

Safe, but without connectivity.

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Catching A Wave

We’re leeching wifi from our friends — here are some pictures I wanted to send along:     Bea was wiggling so furiously that there was no chance of getting a clear image in the hospital lobby.   The Bulls … Continue reading

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Don’t Call Us, We’ll Walk Around Till We Get A Signal

Our new home is in the heart of Durham; it’s urban-without-skyscrapers, in a city that’s part of a high-tech triad of municipalities, adjacent to a university campus that has a long-standing cordial relation to Apple. Our AT&T coverage map shows … Continue reading

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Landed Safely

Got up early, saw Jennifer to the Dinky, drove drove drove to Durham, arrived at about 4:30, reveling in a visit with Sarah and Luke and Anna.   Our AT&T mobile phone coverage in Durham is atrocious.   These are … Continue reading

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Packing In Princeton

Not content with relocating from Evanston to Durham, Margaret and I are now (with Jennifer’s generous assistance) getting set to relocate from Princeton to Durham, too. We’ve gotten much of the Princeton-stuff into the rental van, and we’ll make this … Continue reading

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Hard Job Harder

Keeping a clear email inbox is much more challenging when you only have a few hours of connectivity per day.   On a more humorous note, the topic of olive oil has provoked many tired jokes, but I still think … Continue reading

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Piling On

Our writing and packing plans went a little awry yesterday as Beatrice nosed her way into Jennifer’s purse, and found a package of Orbit gum (up till now, the official chewing gum of the gum-chewers in our family). Bea scoffed … Continue reading

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More Goodies

The developers and e-scribes at Logos Bible software have been very hard at work. A few days ago, Kent Hendricks called my attention to a Logos-compatible version of Migne’s Patrologia in preparation; in looking into that, I noticed that they … Continue reading

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