Today I discovered a massive amount of information — massive definitely in comparison with what I had known up till now — about my own grandparents. I discovered this information this afternoon while wandering through the Museum’s Wedded Perfection exhibit, consisting of wedding dresses of various past times. My grandmother’s wedding dress is among them, … Continue reading My grandmother’s dress, again
Or, why you should be careful what you wear, and the mystery of how murderous thugs become fashion statements. Commentary: T-shirt depicts ‘pathetic and brutal legacy’ – CNN.com How Che became such a revered superhero of the hard-core left is laughable. First of all, he wasn’t even a good revolutionary. He failed in his attempt … Continue reading More food for thought
Saturday. Boulder. We had a flurry of activity early this morning, with a visit to the Kitchen, and toffee french toast for all. I managed to eat about half. Then we bopped around Target a bit, because I forgot to bring my underwear. We ended up buying a lot of food, too, and we just … Continue reading The town of Boulder on a sleepy Saturday during the school year.
There’s something too romantic about lighting the fireplace early in the morning, to read your email by its light. One thing that cancer has taught me is that you have a lot more leeway in your life than you thought you had — leeway, for instance, to sit here writing, as I most want to … Continue reading Too romantic