David Senft ’07 notes

I was reading through some WSO blogs and I noticed that lots of people are blogging about important things that seem to matter to them a lot. Things like Bush and Kerry and Michael Moore and dining services. To me, blogging always meant a place where you went to escape things like politics and dining services. To me, blogging is a little more personal, a little more sacred, as it were.

Personal thought for the day: My eight year old daughter’s latest favorite activity is to read to adults, especially her parents. She’ll read to herself and, sometimes, to her sister, but she really wants to read to me. For how many more years will I be fortunate enough to have her want to do this? Why don’t I take more advantage of it now?

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