Life Goes On -- Clams For Dinner



Life goes on.

This morning, I talked to my daughters both of whom are now abroad in Germany and in Iran.

For lunch break, instead of lunch, I played soccer with some Sun folks. This time I was lucky and produced a hat-trick (not a usual habit of mine) based on some amazing passes form my colleagues. Their passes were truly superb.

Tonight, compensating for a missed lunch, I used this recipe to make clams for dinner. 

Tomorrow, I will attend my wife's MBA graduation.




Comments:

Masood, I always enjoy your more intellectual post, but this personal one is also of interest. Congratulations to your wife for getting her MBA. One of my son-in-laws got his last year which was special since he is a Lt. Cmdr in the Navy (F/A 18 pilot). He is always looking for ways to improve himself. I suspect your wife is also a life long learner (as you seem to be). Were your daughters in Germany and Iran visiting (or on a school trip)? My younger daughter went to Greece when she was in high school and loved it. My wife and I went later, loved it also, and went back for a second time. Traveling for young people is a necessity is a way to learn about this world. Best, Ralph

Posted by Ralph Hannon on August 05, 2006 at 12:31 AM PDT #

Ralph - They are going to language camps and visiting family. Thanks for sharing your experience. - m.

Posted by M. Mortazavi on August 05, 2006 at 02:36 PM PDT #

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