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Our two days of snow this winter were magical. Please send some more.
Because I’m not a fan of ritual or tradition, my ideal holiday involves “new,” “different,” and “something I’ve never done before and will never do again.” Clearly, this year had no trouble yielding just such an experience. My favorite part … Continue reading
Minnesota? We didn’t get 20 inches these last couple of days, but we did have steady flakes in the air for more than 24 hours–and the dramatic change of temperatures and seasons felt terrific. For the last couple of mornings, … Continue reading
Today, Byron is 40. Having long-term friends visiting from home, along with being able to have a handful of new friends over for cupcakes, made the day feel good. The fact that we ate lunch in a delightful setting didn’t … Continue reading
Two bikes have come into our lives in the last week. Our world has gotten so much bigger with two sets of wheels. Thank you Laura and Christina. Me loves me a bike.
Click on the link below to see a video I shot from our rooftop Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. It is completely representative of the sights and sounds that fill our days, including the dog howling along with the meuzzin as … Continue reading
What is it about miniatures? Despite their diminutive size, things like tiny furniture, china, chocolate bars, and Heidi Montag’s brain all receive fairly major attention. With miniatures, as with Heidi’s brain, the hitch seems to be the incongruity of It’s … Continue reading
The Women–With the Exception of Your Humble Author–Truly Are Chic, and the Fact That Nearly Every One of Them Was Wearing Knee-High Black Boots Almost Blotted Out the Fact That We Couldn’t Find Internet Access Fer Nuthin’
All apologies to the complex and fascinating country of Turkey, but when we got off the plane in Paris, it was like the start of five days of shore leave. We were giddy. Suddenly, it felt like we’d been shipped … Continue reading