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Tuesday, July 20, 2004

As I was busy moving Sunday, no Tim.  Plus, the new place has no magic free cable and apparently you need an antenna to get stations if you find yourself without said magic free cable.  And non-magic cable is very very not free.
The good news is I have a big shiny new place with a dishwasher and washer/dryer and little cement urban yard.  The bad news is it is now 25 minutes for me to walk to lab, versus seven.  I never was much for being there on time even when I lived right there, I shudder to think at what unprofessional hours I will be arriving.  This transition into quasi-adulthood is not fun.  I've never actually had to deal with the public utilities before.  Turns out they're mean.
I've sent off my pieces for the passalong scarf.  And am still working on a sock and the sweater, which I have made zero progress on since I packed it early in the moving process and have not yet unpacked it.  But I have been doing a lot of embroidery.  Blackwork seems fun, except I'm totally not doing it right.  Can anyone actually get the double running stitch to lay flat?  I've been backstitching instead.  Dirty dirty cheater.
I have zero progress in terms of actual scientific productivity.  No, really, I'll count cells...tomorrow. 


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