Monthly Archives: December 2014

Re-visioning

About the most boring thing a writer can blog about is writing. It’s like¬†a guy who builds Fords waxing poetic about¬†windshield installment: yeah, that’s great, but tell me of the finished product. Having said that, I will now bore you … Continue reading

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Beirut, with lipstick

Things are still pretty much the same outside: Although they are gussying it up a bit: About three to five years from now, I’ll have my privacy back.

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It’s Sorta Beginning to Look Like Christmas

No snow, so there’s that. A few other things are coming together, like: the outside lights. Yeah, okay, a bit underwhelming, but at least they’re up. Some of the houses on the street have got bupkis. The tree: Ignore the … Continue reading

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