Monthly Archives: November 2012

Shock and awe

The truth is, while I personally hate to lecture, I thoroughly enjoy attending them — even when the lecturing occurs in the backdrop of my increasingly confused state of mind. This was the case when the professor who taught a … Continue reading

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Slip and fall

  The almost-gash on my leg, just below my knee, refuses to bleed. The indentation, the size of a large staple, taunts me as if it is daring me to take a closer look, knowing full well that the sight … Continue reading

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Have legs, will amble

It’s that time again, for branches to emerge as spindly remembrances of their former, leafy selves. No doubt some of the former fall foliage was blown away by the storms of the past fortnight… This, taken just days after Sandy … Continue reading

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time…

…is a funny thing. Not “haha” funny, more like “ain’t that a damn shame” kind of funny… The kind that leads one to drink or cry rather than belly laugh or giggle (and if one is belly laughing or giggling, … Continue reading

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Snow’s white

Snow started to fall, started to zig and zag maniacally at the whim of the winds and all at once. The first snowfall — that is, the first snow burst of the season. This was another day that had forgotten … Continue reading

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In the aftermath

A friend texted me to say that the images coming out of New York City in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy look like they belong in a disaster film. I couldn’t agree more. Despite the howling winds on Monday night, … Continue reading

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