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Matisyahu: Crossroads

“I’m sky scraping
They stay chasing
I’m like a raisin in the sun
I’m running from death’s invasion
They’re done, I’m going gray
I’m still young having mystic visions
Of the one, I hear the hum, the melody comes”

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Starting to Run

It’s still the first week, but I’m trying another Couch to 5K program. The first week is pretty basic: run for 60 seconds, walk for 90 seconds, and repeat. At the start, I thought it would be too easy, but at the end of the first day… my lungs were burning a bit.

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Revisiting Saintseneca

The part that I really wait for, the part that I keep coming back for… kicks in at around 9:00. A big part of it I think is the dissonance and slight chaos that happens, before everyone comes back together. I’m reminded a lot of Shudder to Think in this respect.

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Furnace in Position

Bob was over today, getting the furnace prepped. He had come over while we were out to set the furnace in its final position… and man is it tight in there. Not much wiggle room at all. But it’s in, and it’s pretty much set in place.

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The Cheese Lady

I’d be here once before, with Kirt… but it was the first time Liz had visited. During that time, we tried out several cheeses, and there was one in particular that she really liked – a blue cheese that had bits of lemon in it.

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Game Night, Late Night

And then! After we got back, we got to sitting on the couch and just talking. We ended up visiting and catching up, and time somehow got away from us. At some point, Grace went to bed and Jackson came downstairs… and we all just kept on talking and talking. Telling stories, sharing stories.

I think that by the time we decided to call it a night it was close to 3:30 AM! Seriously!

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Date Night at the Beach

We had some time alone at the lake house with Grace. But tonight, she was working an evening shift (3PM – 11PM)… so Liz and I decided to take a stroll on the beach by ourselves (with Sandy in tow). We didn’t quite stay long enough for the sunset, but were out a good while in the early evening.

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