Monthly Archives: December 2010
If it raining (especially if it’s been raining for a week) and you feel like staying in all afternoon (after sneaking out in the morning to catch the first show of Tron in Imax 3D and brave the crowds at … Continue reading
The first blog I ever read faithfully was Clotilde Dusolier’s Chocolate & Zucchini way back in, oh, 2003 or 2004. Reading her, I felt brave enough to start my own food blog (Abby Dabbles, long since shuttered) which led me … Continue reading
Sometimes, when you are working on something, it so completely engages you the world just fades away. It doesn’t matter if it’s the next great novel or dinner, the feeling is just the same.
I slept for eleven hours last night. I don’t remember the last time I did that.
More changes to the office.
I’m feeling disappointed that the technology that’s supposed to keep us connected more often works to tear us apart.
I knit. I sew. I bake. I own a glue gun. I loves me a DIY. I’m a sucker for a craft store or anything that comes in a kit. Welcome to my inner Martha.
…go to Hawaii and kiss someone underneath a waterfall?
My car was ready and there was no one around to drive me to the mechanic. So I took the bus.
…this room by Brad Ford (photo by Patrick Cline for Lonny Mag)? It’s everything I’m loving right now — simple and modern and masculine and inviting and rustic and cozy and neutral and warm.