Monthly Archives: July 2010


Ahhh, illegal immigration. The protests, the marches, the pictures of huddled masses yearning to breathe free. I have to say, I wasn’t surprised at the recent brouhaha in Arizona, when, at the most dramatic last hour, a judge blocked certain portions … Continue reading

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A Soup of Sorts

I think I mentioned that we’re moving. This will be the fourth move in as many years. The first was moving into an apartment, as I adjuncted and R struggled to find a job. Then we downsized into a smaller … Continue reading

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I grieve

For a dear friend in mourning…I posted this quote for her a while back. Why is it that we are doomed to sorrow? I think it’s because we love. “To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything, and … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch changes

When the Prophet (now 27 months) was born, I wrote a steely recap of the induction. Birth stories are usually full of sentimental, usually lovely descriptions of the amazing and overaweing process of bringing a child into the world. Mine is … Continue reading

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Yeah, baby!

  I write likeP. G. Wodehouse I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing! Um, I think? It’s been a while since Brit Lit, but this is the Jeeves guy, right? I suppose this makes sense, since … Continue reading

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