I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again now: New Year’s Eve is my favorite holiday. For a further discussion (uh oh, here comes the commercial), tune in to Math and Musings today, available wherever podcasts are sold.
Remember when TV shows followed the school-year schedule? New season starts in the fall and ends in spring? Yeah, neither do most people. They probably don’t remember when Curb Your Enthusiasm started either, because it was about a billion years ago. … Continue reading
When I set out to do something I never don’t do it, so saying I had a perfect score on my Christmas list this year is like noting that the earth managed another spin yesterday. I’ll admit I had one slight … Continue reading
‘Twas the day before Christmas and all through D.C., Two-dollar Big Macs for you and for me! Let the Wizards keep winning as the Caps rest a while, And Santa, give the Football Team a reason to smile. We all … Continue reading
Among the differences between my hometown of Binghamton, New York, and my adopted home of Loudoun County, Virginia, is that the saps in Binghamton had to go to school three days this week while we had to go none! For … Continue reading
I’ve heard it said you can’t go home again. No, you definitely can, though perhaps a part of you wishes you hadn’t. “Home,” currently, in the place I so often deride, I’m reminded why I do. But for a handful … Continue reading
It’s here. The last day of school and the final day of announcing my “Christmas list” on Math and Musings. Now it’s time to go home.
Three days until winter break. Oh, if the kids only knew the teachers looked forward to the end of the week waaay more than they do. … Continue reading
I just finished reading Mark Seal’s Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli: The Epic Story of the Making of The Godfather. Eh. Not exactly a page-turner, the book did at least have the advantage of my all-time favorite movie as its subject. … Continue reading
Fifty-one down, 27 to go. It’s a labor of love, completing my Christmas list, and the only thing I like more than doing it is talking about it. For a further explanation, tune in to today’s episode of Math and Musings, … Continue reading