Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Right Under Your Nose.

This semester's crunch time is fast approaching and I have not helped myself out by procrastinating on a term paper and presentation which I noticed today is due in two weeks. ARGH! It is a group project, which in some ways helps but in other ways makes it more painful. If you've been in an MBA program or have done school group projects you know what I mean by "painful". At least it's an interesting topic - comparing accounting in China to US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Interesting, eh? NOT!

I had a great (although somewhat short) run today along a section of the Boston Harborwalk. It meanders through the school campus and follows the harbor past the JFK Presidential Library before reaching South Boston, Castle Island, and beyond.

In other news....I was going to write about the Little Lion crisis in our house last night, but Sarah did. So...you can read her post for the details of last night's events. And if you are thinking "how much could this lion mean to Emily", you should watch this video of Little Lion getting washed:

Cute and Funny Things the Girls Say: Anna was drawing pictures and told me she was going to draw a picture for me to give to all my brothers and sisters. So, she went to work drawing the pictures. Emily, upon hearing Anna say that she was going to draw a picture for each of my sisters and brothers said "Boy, she is going to be busy ALL day long drawing pictures!" I have 12 siblings.

Workout Log: Ran for about 35 minutes around my school campus, which is located on Boston Harbor. Sunny and warm - @80 degrees. Tough, but much needed run.


Nicole said...
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Laura said...

Wow, that's a lot of siblings! And people tell you guys that you have your hands full! :-D That video is sooo cute, though the only trouble is the sound on my computer doesn't seem to be working very well at the moment so I've only been able to watch this video without sound. But I can still really see how much Little Lion means to Emily. I've been reading yours and Sarah's blogs for a while, and know all about their buddies' adventures. It's sweet to see her so happy. Hope he doesn't wander off again anytime soon! :-D