Monthly Archives: April 2011

Once in a Lifetime

My father is a carpenter.  He has often claimed to despise his line of work.  It’s backbreaking, the tortuous physical aspect is demeaning, and you breathe in dust and fumes all day.  Self-employed, he was regularly stiffed by his customers, … Continue reading

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These Boots Were Made for Walking

I know this is a super cheesy and melodramatic thing to say.  But.  My least favorite thing in the whole world is watching romance die. I’m not talking about losing love.  The love is still there, which is why the … Continue reading

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Spirit in the Sky

About ten years ago I took a short trip to see my friend Sean in Maine.  While visiting the home of one of his family’s friends one night, we stayed overly long and found ourselves participating in a séance in … Continue reading

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I Feel Pretty

Someone made a dress for me. It became apparent to me when this dress arrived that the design department at Matix had recently discovered that one of its members, we’ll call her Susie, had developed the remarkable ability to project … Continue reading

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Walking after Midnight

Two of Modern Love’s walls are comprised of floor to ceiling windows, which admits a tremendous amount of natural light and affords an excellent view of Westminster Street.  It wasn’t until Modern Love opened that I noticed a lot of … Continue reading

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