Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sunday morning cafe

I get lost in words — on the page, spoken by others around me, the new ones that swirl with the old ones in my head. Smells, sweet and savory, waft in my direction and then move swiftly away. The … Continue reading

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It’s too hot

This was about to turn into a rant about heat, humidity, and the horribly oppressive weather the east coast has been suffering for the past several days… But instead, I’ll just share a few pics from the weeks I spent … Continue reading

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When next I am in London…

More advice from the movie maestro: Roger Ebert’s lost book The Perfect London Walk In which he writes, “I felt a freedom in London I’ve never felt anywhere.” In this we are in agreement…

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A tale of two Wimbledons

Wimbledon — Take 1 Tuesday, Wimbledon Day 2. The travelers are weary, but spirited. Picadilly from Russell Square to District Line to Wimbledon transfer from Earl’s Court. The travelers are surrounded by even more spirited event-goers: faces painted, outfits coordinated, … Continue reading

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