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Sunday, 02 February, 2003

I hate Phil.

That darned groundhog came out of his oak stump and saw his shadow, dooming us to another six weeks of this miserable thing that is called winter.


Phil even has his own Beanie Baby this year.

[Bloody rodent.]

I got to have lunch with my friends Keith and Jane today. They were planning to fly from London on Friday morning - long story short, they arrived at their hotel around midnight on Friday, the weather has been horrible, and their luggage didn't show up until 8:30 Saturday night. And Jane is leaving tonight to fly home. But they were kind enough to share some of their time with me today.

We went to Fork, in Old City, for a late lunch. They had walked around town this morning, and went to the new visitors' center across from Independence Hall. They were going to go hit a toy store on their way back to the hotel. It was nice to catch up with them.

And as we finished lucnh, the sun finally came out.

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Quote du jour:

"What fire could ever equal
the sunshine of a winter's day?"

-- Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862) US essayist, poet, naturalist

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