Monthly Archives: January 2005

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Snow In Roslindale

Here are the first of our snow photos…. Click the photo for the rest of the shots on Flickr Like this:Like Loading…

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Question.. I got a call yesterday from the finance guy at the Toyota place where I got the Scion saying there was an error in the paperwork. When I talked to the guy this afternoon and he explained what he … Continue reading

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Latest Issue of DISH!

Well! This is pretty exciting stuff! Not only is there a blizzard making its way towards New England, but "Dish It Up Baby" is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Awards in the all-new, all-wonderful "Lesbian Debut Fiction" category! (Holy … Continue reading

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In my quest to learn how to cook Indian food, I picked up a $5 book at Michael’s Crafts store in Natick on Friday. It’s quite probably not THE best Indian cookbook, (in fact, it seems that Amazon couldn’t even … Continue reading

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That Paint is How Much?

I literally spit out my coffee this morning when I read this in the Roslindale Transcript’s police log. And then, naturally, I went up and down the hallways reading it aloud: Really bad service South Street, Roslindale. A Dedham man … Continue reading

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In a stunning display of mediocrity, the first book I’ve finished in 2005 is "Citizen Girl" by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus. I don’t know what I was thinking. I don’t know why I finished it. I remain incredibly grateful … Continue reading

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I live in a technological cave

From time to time I discover I’ve been living under a technological rock. This happens every time I meet anyone 10 years younger than me and I realize that my having encountered the internet for the first time in 1993 … Continue reading

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2005 The Year of Moving Forward

2005 is going to be the Year of Moving Forward. The Girl thinks we’re going to be good with this one because: a) we’ve eaten our black-eyed peas today andb) fives are lucky for us. our house address has a … Continue reading

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2004 in Review

2004 was such a spectacularly large year for me. The book came out, I traveled to Ann Arbor, Ferndale MI, Bethesda MD, Baltimore, New York City and San Francisco to do readings for it. I went to New Orleans to … Continue reading

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