It’s strange to be getting up this early on a Saturday and not go running. Continue reading “Saturday Morning Coffee”
Coffee and bacon and Boethius, with a napping kitty on my lap. Time for some morning philosophy! Today, we’re finishing Book 5 of Consolation of Philosophy. Continue reading “Breakfast with Boethius (Book 5)”
Once again Boethius has joined us for breakfast. Coffee, a doughnut and/or bagel with cream cheese, and philosophy – for what more could one ask? Well, answers to life’s big questions, for a start . . . Continue reading “Breakfast with Boethius (Book 3)”
Welcome back! It’s day two of reading Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy while we enjoy a morning coffee. Here’s what stuck with me from Book 2 Continue reading “Breakfast with Boethius (Book 2)”
This summer I’m reading through Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy. I don’t quite known why I put it off for so long; I’m enjoying it immensely and finding it quite accessible with the annotated version I bought. I thought I’d share with you a few choice lines from each of the five “books” in the work. Some words of wisdom (pun intended) to ponder over your morning coffee (or tea, or other drink of choice). Continue reading “Breakfast with Boethius (Book 1)”
It’s Monday and I haven’t had my coffee.
Winter Break is Officially Over
Shave & Haircut: Two Bits
My barber says two months between cuts is too long.
Now I can style my hair; apparently, “mop” isn’t in fashion.
Maybe “style” is too fancy for hair gel and a comb, but it’s more than what I’ve been doing.
Since I haven’t shaved since the beginning of December – far too long ago in Krystal’s opinion – this shave was a multi-step process involving both an electric razor and a normal safety razor, a fair amount of shave cream, and more than the usual aftershave lotion.
I really don’t like shaving.
Clothes Maketh the Man
Last Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday were laundry days.
Now I have “normal” clothes; no more sweatpants and sweatshirts all day.
However, I did receive some nice shirts and a sweater for Christmas; so, there’s that.
Remember, Kids: Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day
Huge “THANK YOU” to the students who gave me coffee.
Your gift kept me alive the past two weeks.
Now that I can’t just go to the kitchen whenever I want, I actually have to plan breakfasts again.
Good thing I can pick up a value-sized carton of blueberry toaster pastries on the way to work.
Let’s get this day rolling, shall we?
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