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Essential Life Lesson #1: Over is Right, Under is Wrong « Current Configuration
As part of our ongoing effort here at Current Configuration to make your life not only better, but also 10% more crunchy, we’re offering you this first installment of what will be an ongoing series of Essential Life Lessons. Kicking off this series will be a critical but even-handed examination …
When I was 10 years old, my parents build a new house on the farm, we moved in, and tore the old place down. So, while I lived on the same farm until I graduated high school, I didn't live in the same house.
That means this place, Casa Testerman, is the place I've lived in longer than any other place in my life, by a fair margin. 14 years, almost to the day.
I love our new place, both what it is and what it potentially can become, but I'm not going to lie: walking through the empty rooms in the old place really, really hurts.
Might want to make sure your tetanus booster is up to date.
Just saying. It might come up.
You glance into the rear-view mirror and decide to cancel the rest of your morning before anyone else sees you.
Originally shared by +Kate Testerman
My beautiful girl!
Heading out to LA today for a few meetings, but I made sure to get a few more brag-worthy pics of my babies before I left. This was the very best of the bunch!
66 years old. Far, far too soon.
One of the few authors for whom Kate and I have tried to maintain a complete collection. We've never quite been able to keep up, because this brilliant, funny, angry man was simply so prolific.
He is one of my favorite authors to read; I did so in small doses because even the lightest-seeming book contained themes that deserved weeks or months of reflection.
He was a giant, and he will be missed.
Terry Pratchett kindly posed with his hat for us.