Month: October 2008

Thought the first: Cauliflower is the tripe of the vegetable family. In many ways. Thought the second: I am torn between spending $335 to get an incre...

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two thoughts

Also, I’m home. Yay, New Jersey. My flight was almost an hour early, thanks to an 80-100 mph tail wind. And the plane was practically empty R...

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Home again, home again.

Oh. Did I mention I saw Marie Osmond at Quilt Market yesterday? The scene was thus: I’m chatting with someone interested in the book. Then there...

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other bits and pieces

So, I’ve spent the last two days in Houston, Texas, attending Quilt Market 2008. It’s a work trip, and I didn’t know quite what to e...

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Creative juices. Or syrups.

Tomorrow afternoon, I’m flying down to Houston. For work. I get back on Monday. This will be ten straight days of work. Apparently, in civilized...

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The foreseeable future.

Sometimes it only takes a few hours of mundanity the mundane to pull me across the line from “OK” to “completely apathetic” an...

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Sunday musings

I haven’t had much time to write. It’s OK. Actually doing stuff is a nice change from writing about wanting to do stuff, yes? Anyway, ther...

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These days…

While some of the fun has been missing from shopping lately (and by lately, I mean the last three years or so), I generally find something to enjoy wh...

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More reasons to love Target.

Oooooh. My hands are raw from climbing. RAW. I didn’t climb very well tonight. I felt heavy like lead and stiff like wood. Still, I’ve bee...

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Am I gross? Yeah. A little.

And I’m sorry. I must share. Seriously, though, keep the volume down. It’s cute when he barks, but his owner is mildly annoying. However, ...

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Keep the volume down.

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