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Lessons For My Unborn Son on Food

As I’ve mentioned more times than people probably care, I’m expecting a baby in June. Considering the impending change in my life, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how we’ll raise our kid and what we’ll teach him. … Continue reading

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Good Gardens Make Good Neighbors

Last weekend, I finally collected enough leaves to prepare my garden for winter. Unlike my last experience, this one turned out to be quite pleasant and even build a bit of neighborhood rapport. Although my lawn is lacking in leaves, … Continue reading

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Ride Report: I Heart D.C.

Trail/road: Bethesda Trolley Trail, Capital Crescent Trail, D.C. bike lanes Distance: 27 miles Weather: Mid-50s I like to bike to specific places. But most of the time I don’t use it mainly as a form of transportation (although I am … Continue reading

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It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best – Ernest Hemingway

When I would go skiing with my dad as a kid and we shared a chairlift with another person, he would always ask, “So, the weather’s pretty good, huh? Have you been to the top yet?” He would ask this … 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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