Month: March 2008

There are some fun stories to tell of my last day in Boston and the trip back. But those will have to wait. Me tired now. Tune in later for a new take...

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Maybe later.

Another thing to check off my list of firsts: going out to dinner at a restaurant by myself. And it was good. I almost wimped out and headed back to m...

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A tapas bar. TAPAS, I said.

Today was glacial. If you really want to develop an appreciation for your daily grind, regardless of how much it may wear you down (I’m thinking...

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I’ll have the lobster.

Today was an adventure – in a good way, overall. The driver from the car service picked me up promptly (even a few minutes early!) so I was on s...

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Adventures in Boston, Pt. One

In two hours, the car service is coming to pick me up so I can head to the train station and take a ride up to Boston for a conference. I’ll be ...

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Chowda.

I found this wooden mask at HomeGoods or some such store several years ago – the eerily strange beauty of it was fascinating, so I scooped it up...

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To laugh or cry?

There is a minor freak-out happening in my head. I have a bad headache. My left forearm and wrist are sore from climbing and overuse. I am stressed ou...

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restoring a sense of order

We got back from Philly tonight. It was a long, long day, and two relatively little gals can get pretty tired. By my calculations, my friend Sara and ...

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It started with cream cheese.

So I’ve decided that I need to pick up some freelance or part-time work to make it possible for me to accomplish some personal goals (getting ri...

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decisions decisions

I’ve come to an appreciation of wine fairly late in life for someone whose family is quite fond of the spirits. That’s partially because w...

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Decant this!

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