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Happy Monday!
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Monday, January 10, 2011 at 11:07 PM (Pacific)

Frick it's cold, in our weird Californian style. I say "weird" because it's actually not that chilly; it's just we're in a perpetual state of denial that it ever dips below, oh, 60 degrees Fahrenheit...which is glacial btw.

punkin nyc fall a-line skirt
Punkin NYC Fall A-Line skirt

I wore this the other day— I'd bought it June-ish of last year, but the thing is this: it was designed and made in New York City. Those ladies know how to do's mere cotton jersey, but double-layered, like a storm window. Doesn't feel "hot" on, but the wind is hard put to blow through it.

Work-wise...I've been converting my Student Record Change Form from Lasso to PHP (I'd started it earlier, actually, when I'd had some extra time). The SRCF is by far the most-used student form in my department; more than 4000 of them were uploaded last year. The form was literally a piece of paper when I started in 2008.

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