Monthly Musings For March 2018: Blog News and All Things Noteworthy

Welcome new readers and welcome back regular followers!

No Excuse

I didn’t write anything in February, and I have no good reason for it. I can only promise to do better.

Not Geek/Nerd Related, But Related To The Blog

As mentioned last month, I am keeping track of my new year’s resolutions with an infographic (via Canva) that highlights my accomplished goals in February.

2018 Game on-2

I added swimming this month past month. It is not like riding a bike. When you haven’t swum for close to twelve years, coordinating your limbs and breathing becomes more difficult. I enrolled in a weekly swim class that started the first week of March to help me get back in sync.
How did you do on your goals/resolutions? Let me know in the comments section.

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2 thoughts on “Monthly Musings For March 2018: Blog News and All Things Noteworthy

  1. Dad says:

    How big is this pool, a big Chicago high school size with a deep end for high diving, with very cold water? So begs the question – what’s a platelet? Do you give it to them or do they take it? Dad

    1. Kathy Bugajsky says:

      The pool is not Olympic sized, but standard size for swim meets. They do section the shallow part off from the laps. 3 feet to 12 feet with a diving board. Here is a link to “Everything you want to know about platelets”: https://www.redcrossblood.org/platelets I have 3x the normal amount so when I donate it is as if 3 people are donating. It takes 2-3 hours, but they have Netflix so it goes by quick.

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