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March 01, 2004

A Gloomy Monday

I spent the morning working in the study. I printed out articles from James Pennebaker's site for potential use in the literature review section of my L710 paper. In particular I gathered his articles about emotions, language use, and September 11, 2001.

While I was printing I also burned some CD's to MP3 so they can be loaded on to my iPod. It's a strange mix of music: Dan Hill, Beth Neilson-Chapman, Julie Gold, Joshua Kadison, Nora Jones, and the Clear Creek Elementary Students with Beth Lodge-Rigal.

I decided to breakout of the house and actually interact with some other folks. So I went to the Filling Station in Hope for lunch. The Filling Station is one of those wonderful little town diners, this one has a coca cola theme, that one finds on state highways in the midwest. You can walk in and always find at least two men sitting at a round table, in the corner of the dining area, discussing town business or corn prices or the latest view of state politics. I enjoy my visits for the great down home food, and the sense of belonging it gives me. I know most everyone in the place, have known many of them for my entire life. When I start feeling like a square peg I go to the Filling Station where I can be a square peg in a's a good feeling.

I put some additional pictures on my January 9, 2004 entry from the trip to Hawaii.

Posted by prolurkr at March 1, 2004 08:29 PM

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