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Things are kind of crazy around here. Don is sick with aches and a cough and a headache, so I am trying to get him better, emphasis on trying because he doesn’t want to take anything. Why do men have to be so difficult when they have a cold? Take two Advil and some cough medicine already instead of groaning so much! I think he’ll live…

And then I got a message today that the deadline for my latest proofreading project—the most tedious one I have worked on in a long time—got moved, and now I need to get everything done in a week. I was about to e-mail them that they will have to find someone else, as they had offered, but then Don said I might give that a second thought, we could use the money. Yes, we could, but I figured I would take that extra time to work on my blog (which would have been so much more fun!). But since Don offered to take Landon a lot during the next week (I love you, Sweets, even if you are sneezing 100 times a day), I rewrote the e-mail, saying that I’ll get it done somehow. Which means no staying up having fun blogging but staying up reading about “incrementalism in policy making.” Fun, huh? (Read more)

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