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flax-golden tales: a persistent turtle possibly having an existential crisis

a persistent turtle possibly having an existential crisis The turtle keeps trying to get into the house. Sometimes it even manages to sneak inside despite the fact that we lock all the windows and doors and rigged a fancy mesh over the air vents. It just appears, like magic. Tucked amongst the mangoes in the […]

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not a proper post

In lieu of proper post this week since I’m working, a glimpse at what that looks like at the moment:

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flax-golden tales: preservation

preservation The new things, once found, are immediately placed in glass. Carefully captured in jars or frames depending on their nature and size. Then they are catalogued and organized for preservation. Before they have a chance to grow wild. With time they will harden and dry and become extremely delicate. (More so than they were […]

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things i am vaguely obsessed with, february 2014

an unnumbered list of current miscellaneous obsessions Ben & Jerry’s Liz Lemon Greek Frozen Yogurt. I love lemon flavored sweet things anyway and this might be my new favorite Ben & Jerry’s flavor, we tried it in Vermont and I’ve been hunting for it in NYC (found it today, yay!). Snoods. I blame the weather […]

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flax-golden tales: buy love here

buy love here It appears to be a store and not a test, because they find people are more comfortable thinking about it as a transaction rather than a judgement. The numbers listed are not the true prices, the paper money is mostly for administrative fees and processing. The real costs are paid in secrets […]

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vermont in photos

We spent the last few days in Vermont, somehow managing to arrive there in post-snow winter wonderland with perfect chilly sunshine and get home just before this winter wonderstorm descended upon NYC. We were in Burlington for a few days and then Stowe, and in between we stopped at the Ben & Jerry’s factory, because […]

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flax-golden tales: happily

happily He says he’ll build us a castle somewhere. And our castle will be guarded by a dragon. A dragon who plays the mandolin. And eats unwelcome visitors. And in this castle, guarded by its carnivorous, mandolin-playing dragon, we will live happily ever after. I tell him that I don’t need a castle. And I […]

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