Back Home and So Tired: Slice of Life Day #28

It’s been a great month slicing with this ever-growing group.  I have wanted to read more slices but my energy often only got me to make sure I had a slice done each day.  Just back from our return from DC this afternoon and then our usual roundtrip from Paramus to Hoboken and back, I am officially creating this 28th slice as Tuvia patiently waits for me to finish writing and drinking coffee so that I have something left for him as we plunge back into West Wing’s season #4.

BTW, the Common Core is ‘lovingly” referred to as Obama Core in DC…

I am so happy to end my DC adventure back in the fantasy I have returned to.  Bring me my Jed Bartlett!

And tomorrow I’m ready to celebrate Tuvia’s handwork on my balcony.   I’m hoping never again to need to snow prep lines on the Garden State until next winter!

Have a good one!

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