November 27, 2003


for not posting -- it's been hectic. I broke down ten miles from the border when coming back to GR. Fortunately it was just a battery, so I got it repaired at Canadian Tire (then they gave me all this Canadian Tire money. And I thought regular Canadian currency was monopoly money...). Anyway I made it home fine though a couple hours behind schedule; now I'm in Detroit for the day having Thanksgiving with my aunt and uncle and cousin.

So, this is just the usual notice that I have stuff to say but no time to say it! I'm just online to check my email. I'll probably do some sporadic blogging from home tomorrow and Saturday, though it is indeed unfortunate that we have Crappy Dialup. Why can't we enter the twenty-first century like every else? My Canadian friends tease me when they find out I have 56Kbps internet access at home. Grr. Blogging to resume in earnest when I get back to Hamilton on Sunday.

Pray for traveling mercies for me, please.

Posted by Tim at November 27, 2003 04:27 PM

Have a good thanksgiving, Tim.

Posted by: Brian Dijkema at November 27, 2003 10:49 PM

Come back to the Hammer quick! We miss you down here! Hope you're having a great thanksgiving and all. THings here are supper pooper. Its foggy again today. Have fun with Roger - bring him here some time!
Ok, enjoy time with your family yo.
Love ya brother,


Posted by: S-dot at November 28, 2003 01:08 AM

Hey, thanks for all the greetings! It's snowing here -- hurray! Hopefully this system makes it through to Hamilton or the H-dot or Hammer or whatever it is you call it.

I like snow.

Posted by: Tim at November 28, 2003 11:37 AM

Happy day after and days to come, Amigo!

Posted by: Ted at November 28, 2003 12:10 PM

Welcome back to Michigan, God's country. At least for a few days!

Posted by: Lee Anne Millinger at November 28, 2003 01:32 PM

I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family, Tim. Looking forward to having you in POL 122 next semester.

Posted by: David T. Koyzis at November 30, 2003 07:35 PM
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