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Midd in the Chronicle
Happy Thanksgiving from everyone in LIS!
Here’s a, um, holiday treat:
A follow-up from some weeks ago:
In partial compensation for the lack of Friday “quick flicks” the last few weeks, I offer two items on this day so “gloomy” they’ve even closed the Golf Course!
Three LIS staff members – Mack Roark, Mike Lynch, and myself – are appearing in Little City Players’ production of The Wind in the Willows. It opened last night and continues this weekend and next weekend with performances at 8 pm each Friday and Saturday, and 2pm Sunday matinees. Click here for more information and a link to purchase tickets.
Many weeks ago, Trish Dougherty kindly sent me a link to share in this LIS Friday Fun space. (Sorry it’s taken so long, Trish!) A captivating livejournal post/poem that begins:
This morning I was asked to change my password on my work computer, as I must do every four months. And I sat there waiting for it to authorise my new password, and I thought, I have measured out my life in login codes.