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In other news...

My Daughter passed her orals, and is over a Major Hurdle on her way to her Chemistry PhD.

I TOLD YOU YOU WERE THAT SMART!

And: My Son has been awarded a grant to do a DNA research study at college over the summer. This will be original research, not just copywork. He's that smart, too.

My Wife is in Austin for the next week, taking care of her mom and eating Cajun food. Fortunately for my piece of mind, My Son is home this week on break. He's spending his glorious spring break working on take-home midterms in Chemistry and Logic. This is an a**hole thing to do to a student, to assign him work that will wipe out his entire break.

Saturday will be my first check-in at Weight Watchers, and we will see what two weeks of obsessive food logging has done for my weight. I don't get it. You're supposed to keep track of your food by its Points value, right? Then a square meal should be four Points, right? Apparently not. Ah, well, if losing weight was easy, Congress would outlaw it.

"If Karen Carpenter had eaten Mama Cass' sandwich, they'd both be alive now!"

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alaskawolf
Apr. 9th, 2009 04:44 am (UTC)
some smart kids :)

best of luck with the weight watchers program
ccdesan
Apr. 9th, 2009 05:09 am (UTC)
A) w00t for daughter! Apple falleth not far from tree...

B) w00t for son! Apple falleth not far from tree...

C) w00t for Sleepy John. Weight Watchers is an excellent program - stick with it. I can't tell you how many off-pissing plateaus I hit during my 32-lb journey, but had success by not giving up. After a while the food-logging becomes second nature, and it took me a good 9 months to get where I was going. Stick with it.
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