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February 11, 2008


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Cheryl Durzy

You are lucky the Pats lost...otherwise it would have been all New England sports, all the time.

Us Alexander-ites tend to stick together....

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It's amazing that teonchlogy can hook us up with toys from our childhoods. I love the photo you posted. I never had that particular toy, but there are many it would be fun to check out again. One of my favorites was the Barbie doll camper. Something that was unique and could not be found on ebay is my collection of Barbie clothes hand knit or sewn by relatives. And then there are toys that are still manufactured today, mostly board games, which are easily obtained but still not the same as the original. My father had a toy from his childhood that we loved to play with it was a 10 foot long hand carved wooden bowling alley with carved pins and balls. Thanks for sharing your stuff and making me think about mine.


I live very near Mt. Auburn Cemetery, so there are a number of fureanl homes on my short commute to work. Normally, there aren't fureanls on weekday mornings, but today was apparently an exception.The fureanl procession was accompanied by at least 8 officers: two motorcycle cops, two squad cars at the beginning and end of the procession, and a sport utility (I think from the county sheriff?) blocking traffic with one officer out directing the procession through one of Boston's many bizarro intersections.On a related note, I've been trying to decide if Boston police like utility traffic duty. For the most part, they get to stand there and chat with the work crew; but on the other hand, it could be inclement weather, and the risk of getting clipped by a Boston driver makes it one of their more dangerous assignments. It is a pretty prevalent duty, given the number of always-open (and temporarily covered with metal plates) holes there are throughout Boston's road network.Yay infrastructure.


Hi there this is kinda of off topic but I was wanting to know if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to manually code with HTML. I'm starting a blog soon but have no coding skills so I wanted to get advice from someone with experience. Any help would be enormously appreciated!


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