TYPO OF THE WEEK
Real Mistakes, Real Laughs:
Air bases were built on captured islands of Tinian, Saipan, and Guam but they were barley within the range of the long-range bombers.
(hope the bombadiers weren't on gluten-free diets)
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Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Two weeks ago, while recovering from a meniscus tear, I tripped on an uneven sidewalk and went flying forward. To protect my knee, which thankfully was wearing a compression bandage, I took the fall on my hands, breaking my left radius into pieces. Some surgically-installed hardware put me back together, but my forearm is in a splint for the duration, severely limiting my typing skill! So please enjoy archived posts while Crossing Polansky takes a hiatus to restore full usage of my left wrist.
Please join me in congratulating my assistant, Jennifer, in the arrival of son August Tyler, born August 22 and weighing in at a whopping nine pounds! That's his big brother RoYeon in the photo with him.
Welcome to the world, August!
Enjoy the last weeks of summer!
"Expect the Unexpected"