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Now, in Numbers May 30, 2017

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29: Days since I’ve posted anything here.

131: Days since the administration change and beginning of darkness that has fallen o’er the earth.

140: Number of pages to go in Sinclair Lewis’s It Can’t Happen Here, a book that is freaking me the #*¢¡ out.

6: Days since Tim left quickly for Pennsylvania to be part of the vigil of his father’s dying.

6: Days during which I’ve been unsure whether I should be here or there.

106: Number of bird species I’ve allowed myself to list this calendar year.

0: Number I’ve added since Tim left (I’ve mostly stayed indoors).

1013: Number of things I’ve discarded in my quest to get rid of 2017 things in 2017. Hundreds of these came from three drawers in my home office.

14: Number of items I have on my running list of 153s, not yet posted.

5: Cookies I ate at work today—four tiny homemade-by-coworker sugar cookies and a Tokyo banana cookie from a just-returned-from-vacation coworker.

3: Number of dogs at the office today.

5: Number of dogs that are sometimes at the office.

6: Seriously, I think there was a day when there were this many dogs in that small office.

0: My tolerance for dog skirmishes (followed by their people skirmishes) while I am trying to work.

20: Approximate number of feet between me and Cake at their concert Saturday night for a few songs. I love Cake.

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1. Helen - June 12, 2017

I’m so sorry to hear about Tim’s father. Big hugs…

(And I’m envious of your work environment. I think every office should have at least one dog, or even six if space permits.)

2. Mali - June 13, 2017

I’m also sorry to hear the news of Tim’s father, but I’m glad he was able to be there for it. I can understand your confusion over where you should have been at the time. You did what you both decided was right, and that’s all that is important.

Must have a look at that book that is freaking you the #*¢¡ out.

The “darkness that has fallen o’er the earth” – yes, it is a global phenomenon, though not quite as dark the further away we travel.

Well done on the three drawers. You’re three drawers ahead of me. I still have to clean off my desk!

Ugh, dog skirmishes. (Though, you work in an office? Not your office at home?)

Mmmmmm, cake. Oh wait …


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