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Eep.

Hi. I have been completely useless. I keep squealing at people on the phone when I’m not rendered utterly speechless. At this point I think my agent would be shocked if we had a conversation that didn’t partially involve stunned silence on my part. I think I EEPed at him. That’s probably not very professional. […]

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miscellany for the 29th day of july

Revisionland has destroyed my ability to blog, have you noticed? Probably because it means I’m typing most of the day, so then when I go to blog my brain thinks “More typing? Can’t we go do yoga or something?” so then I go and drink iced green tea while I think about maybe doing yoga. […]

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stuff no one told me

Invariably, whenever I go on internet hiatus I find something upon my return that reminds me why, though I may take occasional breaks, I do truly love the web. This time around it was this blog: Stuff No One Told Me Marvelous illustrated life lessons by Alex Noriega, and the blog is fairly new so […]

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linkage

My brain is too fried from revisionland & futzing with the blog layout for a proper post, so here is a miscellany of links to click on full of fun things I’ve encountered in the wilds of the internet recently. You know, when I haven’t been revising or futzing with the blog layout. Armor. For […]

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so long, 2009.

There is a fluffy coating of snow falling outside my windows, obscuring what’s left of 2009 in powdered sugar white. White primer to paint 2010 over. Ten years ago tonight I was ringing out 1999 in the dearly departed Grotto nightclub in NoHo. The only bit I clearly remember is asking drag queens about the […]

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thanks.

Things I Am Thankful For in this, the last week of November in the year 2009 (an unnumbered list) Kittens. The husband, also known as the boy, also known as the bestest person I know. Chocolate. Lovely friends who live in my computer and listen to me babble about all manner of things via e-mail. (Particularly […]

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menagerie

Yesterday, for my birthday extravaganza, the boy and I went to the Peabody Essex Museum. We hadn’t been in awhile, so all the special exhibits were new to us, but by far our favorite was the Trash Menagerie, an exhibit teeming with creatures made from recycled materials. (Sulphur Blue Smeck, 2005, Michelle Stitzlein, mixed junk, […]

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