car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page

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Pieces of the Past

I’m in the midst of packing for the trip back to the Midwest. My half of the room is in shambles,but I’m making very good progress. Unfortunately for me,the progress might not be fast enough –I need to have everything I plan on Read on…

Friday Roundup

This won’t be a thematic post but will instead function as more of an assessment of the progress I’ve been making,not only with this site (which is minimal in the visible sense),but with other facets of my life.  I don’t generally talk much about what is going on with me personally,but with Read on…

I’m a travelin’man,made a lot of stops…

I’ll be heading out to the Midwest for the next ten days to take part in my friend David’s wedding.  During that time I may update,time permitting.

Kaira Azure

Chris,my friend,colleague,and host of this site,recently welcomed his firstborn,Kaira Azure,into the world. Kaira was born at 2:19 am on the 26th,weighed 5 pounds,11 ounces,and was 32.5 cm tall.

Chris and I have known each other and worked together for three Read on…

No More Excellent Adventures

cross-posted from elsewhere

I had a WDN column due yesterday,and before I sent it in I called home to have my dad give me his opinion on it. Judy,my step-mom,answered the phone. We chatted for a while,and she told me her sister,my Aunt Connie,was up from Kentucky with her Read on…