Category: Random Musings

Seeing Genoa for The First Time Again.

Posted on
Dec 11, 2018
 

It is with some embarrassment that I tell you that I hated Genoa the first time I visited there, a decade and a lifetime ago. In my book, the only mention I make of the seaside city – the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, the location where Marco Polo was imprisoned for a year (because Italy…

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Emergency Porchetta, Canelli, Italy

Posted on
Nov 29, 2018
EMERGENCY PORCHETTA
 
Posted in: Food, Random Musings

The emergency porchetta was my favorite part of the trip. That is a strange thing to say for a lot of reasons. For one, I don’t know if the concept of emergency porchetta is widely known. A Google search for the term reveals four results, the most salient of which is someone looking for cooking…

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Lost And Founder.

Posted on
Jul 19, 2018
 

My beloved wrote a book. How it came to be was radically different from my own path. When I wrote a book, it became a job, it became the thing I was doing because on a daily basis, there’s not that much else that is asked of me. But there are always things asked of…

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Scenes From a Bookstore

Posted on
Jun 22, 2018

“Why do they have so many copies of  my book? Is that a bad sign? Does that mean no one’s buying it?” “No. Your book has been out for a year, and they have a lot of copies. That’s a good sign. That means they keep it in stock.” “Are you sure? Because doesn’t it…

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782 Words About Writer’s Block

Posted on
Jun 21, 2018
 

I don’t know what writer’s block looks like for other people. I’ve never discussed it with my friends who write professionally, perhaps because it seems like a silly, self-indulgent think to talk about. “Hello, friends who also make a living making sentences. Do you know how sometimes the sentences are hard to make? How putting…

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Cut Scenes from a Cafe In Quebec

Posted on
Apr 19, 2018
 
Posted in: Random Musings

I have an excellent memory. In the aftermath of my brain surgery, my biggest fear was that my ability to recount past events was damaged in some way. Under the haze of anesthesia, I walked around the park near our old home with Rand, struggling to piece together the last few days. I’d struggled through…

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  • Try to be as happy today as baby husband is eating turkey.
  • Mine, too, @rboo. Mine, too.
  • I made a French chocolate tart with raspberries for DnD night. Because we are fancy about our nerdery.
  • Happy New Year from our couch.
  • His endless tufts of hair and little old man face are killing me. #newnephewpotatobug
  • Was trying to show @ryanditchphoto a feature on my phone and ended up taking a swoon worthy pic of this guy in the process. Damn it, Fishkin, quit distracting me.
  • Keep rivaling the sun, my love.
  • I am absolutely certain that these neon lights were flirting with me and sadly, I had no reply.
  • My mom's house burned down earlier this year (that is its own very long story) so she's been getting her mail at our place. This Christmas I wrapped up all her bills and gave them to her as a present. She did not appreciate the gesture. 😅😂😭
  • A little too excited about the fade on my #undercut right now. 💇‍♀️

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