Monthly Archives: April 2013

AADD Day

Monday was my AADD (Adult Attention Deficit Disorder) Day.  I generally have 2-3 a month where I simply cannot focus on what needs to be accomplished that morning, mostly writing and/or research.  For the longest time I cursed AADD Days because … Continue reading

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At the beginning

Sunday, with the exception of spending time with the Pollocks at the 1913 Dayton Flood exhibit and presentation, was low key. This week is not a low key week with a heavy teaching load of prepping prospective drum-majors and middle … Continue reading

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1913 Dayton Flood presentation

Attending a 1913 Dayton Flood presentation with Quintin, Joanie & Brian Pollock; hosted by a member f the Oakwood Historical Society. Great photographs from the disaster. Tons of information on early Dayton that is really interesting. Dayton really was a … Continue reading

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Best High School’s in the USA

This was an interesting study.  This is the list of U.S. News Best High School Rankings.  The first few schools, at least through #6, seem to be charter schools. As for Ohio, I was surprised by the rankings for Best High Schools … Continue reading

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Sinus Saturday

I watched CAROUSEL until approximately 4:00am and fell asleep immediately upon its conclusion. By 7:15am, the fury trio wanted their breakfast. It’s 8:00am and I am ready for more sleep. My head aches, and my body seems to be in … Continue reading

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CAROUSEL

I fell asleep and woke at 2:00am. Let the dogs out to potty and discovered PBS is playing Live at Lincoln Center: CAROUSEL, starring Kelli O’Hara, Nathan Gunn, Jason Danieley, and Stephanie Blythe. So impressive.  The voices are incredible.  The … Continue reading

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Friday evening

Quintin is spending the weekend at a teacher’s house, watching her dogs and house while they are attending her daughter’s college graduation. I thought about going to SWEENEY TODD this evening, but I am feeling a little under the weather. … Continue reading

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