Monthly Archives: February 2013

Onward

Well, that’s done.  The firm is closed, or will be by the end of the day.  I left my desk at 11 a.m. after my computer slowly self-destructed, with program after program crashing, until I was booted off the server … Continue reading

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Yes to This.

Love Language with string section, at Slims. Gorgeous set. I’ve never once chosen Tuesday night music and regretted it.

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Out of My Depth

“I have to get married,” I told Veronica and Tate on my couch. “What? Who? When??” “Doesn’t matter,” I told them.  “I have been utterly defeated as a single person.  I’ve bought a house. I’ve planted things.  I’ve repaired things. I’ve … Continue reading

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Telling Fortunes

I sat down for a conversation about architecture last week, with someone whom I prayed fervently would not remember me.  Because the last time I saw him, I was dressed like this: That’s me, second from the left, with some … Continue reading

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February

Dar Williams wrote a song about February.  It’s so sad, and so gorgeous.  I play it on the guitar sometimes on my couch, and it’s a little too high for me, but I sing it anyway.  It’s about a relationship … Continue reading

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Pajamas

I spent a solid ten minutes this morning trying to decide whether I could go to Morning Times in my pajamas. You are free to judge, as long as you, too, are five days from being laid off, and your … Continue reading

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Roadside Stand

“Well, so, I’ll get it set up somewhere close to the river, and you know, work at a convenience store up the street or something,” I was telling my mother. “Ah. Of course.” “And, you know, sell quilts by the … Continue reading

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