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Tag Archives: State University of New York at Buffalo
I’m in no mood for writing today (virtual hugs are welcomed). Let me just share some photos from this past weekend: It’s beautiful weather here today. Some time outdoors may just do the trick. Enjoy your weekend, everyone! __________ I … Continue reading
Every day, twice a day, I pass it on my way to and from work. I knew it belonged to the State University of New York at Buffalo (South Campus), but had no idea what it was called. So, I … Continue reading
Tomorrow, I return to the 9-to-5 grind, with decidedly mixed feelings. Of course, I’m happy to have a job. Many older people have trouble finding new employment when jobs are lost, and I was very fortunate to have a strong network … Continue reading