Archive for December, 2008

Actually, I now have 2.

The first is newsletter editor.

The second is resume sorter.  We have a position open and I am reviewing resumes to present to my boss.

Resumes and cover letters will make you question the intelligence of people today.


Things like “Superior communication both written, and oral”  Which has a mild error in it,  but the cover letter is full of them.


I fear I am scarred for lifed

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Leg Update

For those following:

I no longer have any open sores. the last scab fell off sometimes last night, leaving skin behind!

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Friday Five

I’ve been participating in Anna’s friday five for a bit now. Thought I would plug it here.

Rpers unite!

RP Friday Five

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Dear Weather

You suck.


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There are days when I don’t like being a raid officer or a guild officer.

This is one of those days.  Yesterday was too.  Tomorrow doesn’t look to be much better.


Oh, and my computer magically rebooted itself again last night and ate 4 pages of storied chatlog from Sunday that I worked on all day yesterday.  Fuck you, windows updater.

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Leg update

So, things are going well.

We have reduced swelling.  I switched to higher quality stockings.

Only one open sore remains!

That’s it for today.  Gotta work before I get snowed in for the rest ofthe week!

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6 to 7 medium potatoes unpeeled, cut in thin slices (Any kind will work.  I prefer white)

3 to 4 leeks, cut in thin slices (make sure you wash them well)

½ medium onion

2 cans of chicken broth

1 sm container of heavy cream

½ stick of butter

Salt and pepper




1)      In a large pot, sautee leeks and onions in the butter.

2)      Add potatoes and broth.  Depending on how liquidy you want the soup add water.  You want at least enough liquid to cover the tops of the potatoes.

3)      Cook until the potatoes are soft enough to mash, stirring often.  Mash the potatoes in the pan, you can mash them as much as you like.

4)      Add cream, stir thoroughly

5)      Add salt and pepper to taste. 

6)      Serve

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