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I returned to college to study occupational therapy in my mid 30's, so maybe it was the perspective from being older that made me soak in the historical aspects of the theories and those who came up with them. I wasn't a tremendous fan of history as a kid, and I remember my mother saying how valuable history is because you can change how you do things today in order to have a different outcome. I'm glad that 'stuck' to me in my formative years. read more »
I ran late getting over to Pablo Blanco's last night to cook dinner and help with 'glue up' of a big wood working project he has been working on for about as long as he's known me, which is 15 months now. I think I was putting it off a bit because I was nervous about how it was going to go as I've not done a big glue up like this since about 1992, and fibromyalgia has come and had it's insidious impact on many aspects of my function, including dexterity, processing speed of the mind, and on and on. Yada, yada, yada, as "Seinfeld" would say. I was tired yesterday read more »