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    Found: A Sturdy Pair of Sea Legs

    By kellirhea in Quixotic Quicksand

    Yesterday was, and I apologize for the banality, the first day of the rest of my life. I graduated from University of Houston-Victoria. No amount of eloquence can accurately recreate the feelings I experienced as I set sail from the ...

  • cjcastillo

    Imagine

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    Twenty-five years ago today I don't think I was in kindergarten yet. I was probably sitting at home watching Sesame Street and learning about something that was not like the other. Back then I didn't know that one of the ...

  • kellirhea

    Zany Miscellany: Christmas Edition

    By kellirhea in Quixotic Quicksand

    A friend of the Vicad blogs, TitanKT, has thoughtfully provided a fun list of holiday-related questions that will guide my “Ten Things” for this week—and the coming weeks, as well. When is the best time to open presents? I open ...

  • timoi

    10 more?

    By timoi in On Another Note

    I'm about 6 days late with this... or 1 day early. 10 more things about me. 10. I like to eat Wheat Thins after they have been chilled in the fridge 9.I have no middle name, so I often say ...

  • cjcastillo

    Finals

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    It's final exam week at UHV. Things should be back to normal after today. I have my last exam today and will turn in my last assignment for the semester this afternoon. I have so many things I write about ...

  • timoi

    For The Kids

    By timoi in On Another Note

    I love Christmas. I think I get it from my mom. This time of year, she’s the happiest she will be all year. (Of course her birthday was yesterday, so that might have something to do with it.) At this ...

  • kellirhea

    Say It

    By kellirhea in Quixotic Quicksand

    “Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” Dylan Thomas wrote this famous line about his father’s last living moments in the poem “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.” Although Thomas’s poem is really about death, it speaks ...

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