I went to the law school today to donate blood. It’s been a bit more than a year since the last time I went. I had been to India recently, and there is, they tell me a chance I might have malaria. If I don’t develop signs of malaria in the next year, I’m allowed… Continue reading Indefinite Deferral
Month: September 2004
Subscribing to del.icio.us inboxes
I discovered that if you want to subscribe to someone’s del.icio.us inbox, you simply have to add “inbox/” to the subscription URL, like so: http://del.icio.us/inbox/V/?addsub=inbox/geeks This will subscribe me to the geeks inbox. Interestingly, I’m allowed to subscribe to my own inbox. Whoops.
hospital stays (or, what brown can do for you)
On Labor Day of this year (2004), I flew to Queens, NY on short notice. My father had collapsed at the US Open. He spent a good chunk of that sunday on an operating table, after which he was taken to the ICU. My sister and I flew out the following day. My dad had… Continue reading hospital stays (or, what brown can do for you)
Csuy/Baeslach Wedding Photos
This past weekend, I went to a completely wonderful wedding. Two excellent friends of mine, David Csuy and Christen Baeslach married after dating since, approximately, the beginning of time. Photos are here.
out of order
I had meant to write an entry on the week I unexpectedly spent in New York, and then another on the wedding I was at last weekend. One of them was quite excellent, the other one I could do without. Anyway, I spoke to my father today: his speech isn’t too good – but he… Continue reading out of order
I’ll be in New York for the next week. My father is ill, and in the hospital. He’s just (a few hours) out of the operating room and resting. So, umm, if you really need to talk to me I’ll have my cellphone. If you’re so inclined, a prayer would be nice. If not, a… Continue reading emergencies