15 things you should know about Seattle

28th Feb, 2011

As I noted last week, Tom Critchlow is currently in Seattle, and our home has never been happier, nor more reminiscent of a Justin Bieber concert (seriously, we’re screaming and…

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The Week: February 25, 2011

25th Feb, 2011

Folks, I am tired. How is that, you say? How is it a woman, with no steady job, no house, no kids, no pets, and only one half-dead houseplant be…

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WTF Wednesday: rolling roadblocks in...

23rd Feb, 2011

– I’d like to think that, as a Seattleite (Seattlite? Does it matter?) I know a thing or three about traffic. It’s taken me 25 minutes to move 25 feet…

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The San Francisco Botanical Gardens in...

22nd Feb, 2011

I make bad decisions. This should surprise no one, myself included. There was the time I attempted to make it to Greenwich (and subsequently learned that Greenwich and North Greenwich…

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10 words Britons should not say in...

21st Feb, 2011

Recently, my home has come to resemble a slumber party full of middle school girls. There’s been lots of giggling, and excitement, and jumping around, and yes, it’s because of…

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The Week: February 18, 2011

18th Feb, 2011

Um, wow. So, I didn’t quite expect my post about Rand’s broken laptop to get quite the level of attention that it did. Thank you to everyone who read the…

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Farm:Table – Communal dining, not...

17th Feb, 2011

– A few years ago, we were having dinner with some of Rand’s colleagues. When we were trying to decide what to order, one of the gentleman suggested we share…

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Dick Move, TSA (R.I.P. Rand’s...

16th Feb, 2011

– I’d like to take a few moments to remember, with extreme fondness, Rand’s dear departed laptop. It traveled with us across the globe. It never made weird sounds, it…

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February 15th: The most romantic night,...

15th Feb, 2011

Dinner reservations have been made. I rummaged through my closet, pulled out an array of dresses, tossed half of them back in, pulled out some different ones, and think I…

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