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Monthly Archives: December 2012

the best of everything


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the best of everything

Hello, friends! I wanted to pop by ever so briefly during this sweet quiet between Christmas and the rolling over of the calendar to the new year. Another year beginning! Fresh and clean and as yet untouched, barreling in from where, I don’t know. But I am welcoming this one with open arms. Surely I […]

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so very bright


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so very bright

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVE, my friends! I come to you this festive and anticipatory moment with humble but lovely offerings in the spirit of the season: a crumbly and sweet and oh-so-delicious quick bread, a poem. My gifts to you. This bread can be found in the archives of the renowned Joy the Baker, but I […]

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that which is beloved

that which is beloved

The bustle of Christmas has descended upon us: parties galore, holiday markets, warm and/or boozy beverages, platters of cookies, bits of evergreen poking out everywhere. I love it deeply. We emerged from this past weekend — the Weekend of Holiday Parties, one might have called it — feeling all the more festive and only slightly […]

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in the name of celebration and joy

in the name of celebration and joy

Once a week, I rise very, very early in the morning with my husband to take him to his carpool so that I can keep the car for the day — this, of course, the life of single-car-sharing city dwellers who’ve had a bike stolen. But that is beside the point: dear reader, do you know how early […]

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