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June 14th, 2014

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08:19 am
After a busy day at work yesterday, we were invited to a graduation party. A young lady of our acquaintance graduated from the University of California at Irvine with a bachelor's in bioengineering. We were delighted and honored to participate in the celebration at a banquet hall attached to an Indian restaurant. It was good to see her; she seemed pretty relieved to be done with her finals, and we had the chance to chat for a while before the place began filling up with other well-wishers. It was great to see kar3ning way out here with her young son, and we ended up at the same table. Paddy's antics were an added plus for the evening.

While I'm posting, I should mention that I read a couple of comic books this week; yes, I'm now caught up, and I expect I'll stay on top of things for the time being. Anyway, they included Tales of Honor: On Basilistk Station #3; it still follows the established Honor Harrington saga from the David Weber novels but some of the frames and pages are spectacularly beautiful art. I'm enjoying what amounts to a re-read with some lovely pictures to boot. Next was The Royals: Masters at War #5 of 6. WWII alternate history...I don't know, I don't really find myself managing to suspend my disbelief in this one. However, I've followed the story this far, I will take it to the end and see where it all goes.

I'm on call the rest of this month, and a few days into July, so folks may not see much of me. We'll have to see how the work develops.

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Date:June 14th, 2014 10:02 pm (UTC)
Yanno......I haven't been able to really try a lot of Indian or Thai food.
I know that I hate the smell of curry and the taste even more, but I'm sure there must be something I'd like.
We should become a little more adventurous.
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Date:June 15th, 2014 02:10 pm (UTC)
What can I say, we like it!
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