After a weekend in Chicago celebrating a college housemate's birthday and watching a thrilling IU basketball game
, I planned to come back to Lafayette with time to go to Starbucks and upload a blog entry. Then Winter Storm Virgil
barreled through Indiana, ensuring that I would stay in park on I-65 for about ten minutes and average about 20 m.p.h. on an interstate with a speed limit of 70 m.p.h. So, the blog entry didn't go up last night.
But now, here it is. I'll be sure include inclement weather in my plans for next week's entry.
Hunter Frank, 8, examines an egg by the light of the sun during an Easter egg hunt on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at the Beck Lane Boys and Girls Club in Lafayette. During the hunt, children were told to gather a maximum of 10 eggs and that two eggs in the hunt contained a quarter redeemable for larger prizes. Frank made sure not to get too many eggs so that he could pick up an egg with a quarter.
Agustin Wachs, age 1, listens to the Passover story as read by Elana Salzman with his father, Juan Wachs, during Parent-Tot Time on Sunday, March 17, 2013, at Temple Israel in West Lafayette. Passover, which celebrates the story of the Israelites' escape from Egypt, begins at sunset on March 25.
Purdue senior Aaron Knott whispers to senior Kayla McCurdy before the Nearly Naked Mile on Thursday, March 21, 2013, on the Purdue campus. The event, run by Purdue Alumni Student Experience, supported Lafayette Transitional Housing.
Purdue freshman Trent Nagel jumps over a hedge to follow sophomores Jared Burke and Jacob Baird to register for the Nearly Naked Mile on Thursday, March 21, 2013, on the Purdue campus. The event, run by Purdue Alumni Student Experience, supported Lafayette Transitional Housing.
Ivy Tech Community College's Andrew Antonio, Executive Director of Diversity, Engagement, and International Programs, opens the college's Founders Day ceremony on Friday, March 22, 2013, in Ivy Hall in Lafayette. Ivy Tech was founded 50 years ago, in 1963.
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