Monthly Archives: July 2014

The eternal sunshine of the spotless hard drive

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New Clothes

Originally posted on From the Laundry Room:
I will be another year older next week.  One more 365 day rotation completed. I will be baking my own cake. This year I have chosen the Chocolate Lavender Cake with Mascarpone Earl Grey…

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Recollection in Picture and Poem of a A Great 60th Birthday

Originally posted on Parallel Oonahverse:
My plan was to walk all round Holy Island on my 60th birthday; contemplate life and age and that stuff. But in order to do that you need a fairly dry day. We have been…

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Who Was That Guy?

Originally posted on Writer's Cramp:
Have you ever met yourself?  Not like some sort of “know thyself” touchy-feely exercise. I mean really meet someone, a complete stranger, who is essentially you at a younger age. I have and it’s…

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Who Was That Guy?

Who Was That Guy?.

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A 70.3 triathlon tale of perseverance, sisterly love and a coach who knows the sport

Originally posted on We Run and Ride:
by Christopher Cudworth Sisters Sue Astra and Julie Dunn enjoy a post-race smile. Even more than the individual sports of cycling, running or swimming, triathlon is a sport of the early hours. The distances…

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A 70.3 triathlon tale of perseverance, sisterly love and a coach who knows the sport

A 70.3 triathlon tale of perseverance, sisterly love and a coach who knows the sport.

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Escaping The Dulldrums

Originally posted on notesfromthecupcakerescueleague:
Things have been dull in the kitchen. It’s the knives’ fault. They need sharpening. I’ll bring them to the store. But not all of them. I’ll hold an audition to determine which will make the cut.…

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In Praise of Old Hotels — Parts 1 and 2

Originally posted on Writer's Cramp:
Part 1: Why Old Hotels? As I was remembering some past trips around the country it occurred to me that I seem to have an enduring fondness for old hotels.  I’ve purposefully sought them…

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Another Trip To Lunenburg

Originally posted on Scrambled, Not Fried:
     He drives all the way to Lunenburg once a month to visit his oldest client. It’s a required visit—paperwork exchange, residential inspection, general well-being check—but he never feels like it’s just another business…

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