Monthly Archives: October 2011

Why I Work From Home: 11 a.m. Brunch. On a Weekday.

Since we moved, RZ and I have both been working from home. Fortunately, our new digs are big enough that we can go for several hours without hearing or seeing each other, especially if a record is drowning out typing … Continue reading

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Orca Beans, Featuring a Birthday & a Brewery

We’ve lived in Oregon for nearly two weeks now — two of the least lazy weeks of my life. The closest I’ve come to doing nothing was last Sunday, when I cooked up the previously mentioned orca beans (I also … Continue reading

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Meet My (Carniverous) New Friend

In the week and a half that I have lived in Portland, I have met many new friends, a surprising number of whom are smoking hot. By far, the most distinguished looking among them is a beautiful new pal who … Continue reading

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Punctuation May Not Save Your Soul, but It’s Still Your Friend

I went for my first Portland run today, which was rainy and squishy, but only sucked a little bit. It’s nice to be back in the old running shoes. I know I’ve promised a post on orca beans, and a … Continue reading

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First Post from a Small City

You’ll be relieved to know that the china survived the move intact (not so lucky: the rice cooker and a giant mug/soup basin). Like all of our nicer possessions, we acquired the china for free. The previous owner was a … Continue reading

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