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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bartmanhomer View Post
    Nice. I wish I had pie.
    Me too... XD
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    $280 richer. I flippin' love tip money.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I am torn.. I have a midterm that I will be doing tonight and then "off" for spring break, and I am torn between doing as little as possible and just enjoying the time with my boys or doing some major cooking and prepping for the next few weeks. Like there is so much I want to make and can't any more because of all the time I spend doing homework now.

    I allow myself one night a week of no homework and on those nights I just want to veg and enjoy Kendall's company I have no desire to cook. I also don't do homework during the week if M. is awake. When I get home we eat dinner and I spend time with him. But I have an entire week to not worry about assignments and I could do some major cook/baking and prepping and I'm torn.

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by kalynraye View Post
    I am torn.. I have a midterm that I will be doing tonight and then "off" for spring break, and I am torn between doing as little as possible and just enjoying the time with my boys or doing some major cooking and prepping for the next few weeks. Like there is so much I want to make and can't any more because of all the time I spend doing homework now.

    I allow myself one night a week of no homework and on those nights I just want to veg and enjoy Kendall's company I have no desire to cook. I also don't do homework during the week if M. is awake. When I get home we eat dinner and I spend time with him. But I have an entire week to not worry about assignments and I could do some major cook/baking and prepping and I'm torn.

    biscuits
    pies
    english muffins
    breakfast burritos
    soups
    freezer meals
    Hmm; depending on how old your boys are, you may be able to get the to cook/prep with you so that you can hang out with each other while also getting your work done; two birds with one stone; usually helps me when I'm torn on something; try to find a way to do both haha. If they're too young though, I'd probably forego working in favor of spending time with them; unless the work was somehow imperative. If it can wait, no reason not to let it, unless doing otherwise wouldbring you greater happiness.

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sollomyn View Post
    Hmm; depending on how old your boys are, you may be able to get the to cook/prep with you so that you can hang out with each other while also getting your work done; two birds with one stone; usually helps me when I'm torn on something; try to find a way to do both haha. If they're too young though, I'd probably forego working in favor of spending time with them; unless the work was somehow imperative. If it can wait, no reason not to let it, unless doing otherwise wouldbring you greater happiness.
    I should clarify by boys I mean my 2 year old son and husband. I am formally a pastry chef who left the industry because I had a child and I find great joy in cooking/baking. But I also like spending time with them

    Having the opportunity to do so and not worry about not getting my assignments done is very appealing because it means I can make things that will freeze well that can just be pulled out of the freezer and heated/backed for a quick meal. It also helps keep us in our budget if I have things ready to go instead of stopping off on my way home because I have so much to do and don't really feel like cooking.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    sometimes people indicate that they do not know what words mean when they begin talking...

    ...this both amuses and infuriates me
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    "Humans are not rational creatures. Now, logic and rationality are very helpful tools, but there’s also a place for embracing our subjectivity and thinking symbolically. Sometimes what our so-called higher thinking can’t or won’t see, our older, more primitive intuition will." John Beckett

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I got an extension on one of my courses from last semester for health/family reasons, and the deadline is coming up. I've just got the final paper for my German history class left now, but I do need to finish it by the end of the month. I'm trying to decide on a thesis topic but, I've got a few options I'm thinking over: the ethno-linguistic conception of "German" disallowed integration of foreign groups and lead to persecution, or maybe historic european antisemitism and he ethno-linguistic conception of what it means to be German is what allowed Jewish persecution. The latter is simpler with more ability to include "generic wwII" sources, but may also be considered too easy or broad. In either case, I'm interested in using the bit about how German-ness is a factor of ethnicity and language and comparing it with France since this was a major course theme and my prof specializes in France.
    世の中に潜み落下した「アレ」はねえか? 誰が書き換える 世界の汚れは?
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    The concierge of this building I'm working in today keeps turning the lights off when he leaves the room. Problem is, I'm still in here. The first couple of times I chalked it up to being force of habit. But it's 5 times now. I think he's doing it on purpose now.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Just got home from a pretty fun date still not sure if I'm really into the guy or don't like him much... that's a weird feeling.
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    nj thunder storms and a tornado warning did not touch down though
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