Monthly Archives: December 2011

Big Cats, Fruit, and New Year’s Resolutions

Tis’ the time for resolutions. Looking back, it’s been a good year. I fulfilled most of my resolution from last year, which I committed on electronic ink right around this time. Even though I didn’t come close to getting 7 … Continue reading

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The Year in Review

It’s been 388 days since I started this blog. When I started it, I did so for a number of reasons – to build a portfolio of writing, get back in the groove with writing creatively, and perhaps, raise some … Continue reading

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Secrets of a Professional Cook’s Wife

When I mention my husband cooks professionally, by far and away the most common response I get from women is, “It must be so nice to be married to someone who cooks!” To which I typically respond, “When he’s home … Continue reading

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The Richness of Second Chances

Today, an unfortunate incident reminded me exactly how fortunate I am. Last night, as I was washing the dishes, the water just stopped. The stream coming out of the faucet completely dried up. I stared at it for a second, … Continue reading

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Fangirl Friday: D.C. Central Kitchen

Fangirl Friday is a semi-regular feature highlighting an environmental and/or social justice non-profit group. It’s named as such because asking me about some ecological or poverty-related issue can be as dangerous as asking a comic book fan about her favorite … Continue reading

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