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Thursday, May 24, 2007

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Evicted, or simply moving out now that semester is over?

evicted.

I'm amazed. New building owners? It took long enough for the noise you noticed to trickle elsewhere...

Same owners, but I think the super was getting tired of the complaints.

You need to teach Seth to use shaving cream first.

Doh, I should have thought of that!

Good riddance to the noise.

Oh, I picked up the Omnivore's Dilemma at the Library. It's on the top of my reading list.

I need to read that one too. I'm soooooo behind from work.

congrats on the evictions!!

Yeah, it's a relief considering they made noise all night again. We're probably going to move in the fall though. Need more space.

Great one-line stories. May I steal the idea?

Let's see, comments . . .

shaving cream and a razor without a blade is fun

sorry about the wind damage, hard to protect against that, particularly in the windy city

two naps? wow! I can't remember the last time I got a nap. I'm always protecting some time for my wife to take a nap on the weekends. Anne gets my vote for cool spouse.

I think you should have a noisy party with the kids to celebrate the evictions!

Um, what plans do you have for your stones, sir?

Razor blades: I should get Seth a toy razor!

Wind damage: Tougher plants make for better-tasting food. I hope. And if they live that long.

Naps: I don't think a parade could have kept me from falling asleep, I was so exhausted. But my wife deserves the cool spouse award anyway.

Stones: I was thinking of auctioning them on e-bay as diamonds for engagement rings. Otherwise, I want to ask the Integrative Medicine folk about herbal remedies.

Part of the problem is I don't know what kind of stones I'm passing. (I haven't caught one in 14 years because they're usually small enough to slip by.)

Knowing what kind of stones I have would reveal what part of my diet is causing problems. Regular calcium stones can be controlled by eating a lot of citrus. But other kinds means eliminating spinach, chocolate, raspberries and a host of other favored foods.

Oh, and feel free to steal the idea.

How often do you have the stones?

It's totally hit or miss. Recently I've had bunches over a short period of time. In the past, once or twice every three years.

Have you thought about keeping a long term food diary? I mean, I realize it would be a royal pain... or did you notice any diet changes? Did increase the consumption of something? Seems odd that they would get more frequent all of a sudden.

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