Monthly Archives: September 2008

This morning

This idea was inspired (some might say ripped off) by this website and the new book.  Both are loveliness at its simple best.

Posted in 3191, A Year of Mornings, photo diary

Train in Vain

I’m sitting in the Whole Foods in Potrero Hill downing a turkey sandwich before the Porchlight show.  This is the most gleaming, bright, appealing store I’ve ever been in.  It’s a cathedral to fetishized eating, the apex of smug, groovy good taste.  The

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I’m sitting in the Whole Foods in Potero Hill downing a turkey sandwich before the Porchlight show.  This is the most gleaming, bright, appealing store I’ve ever been in.  It’s a cathedral to fetishized eating, the apex of smug groovy

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The God Realm

My alternate life fantasies are spinning again. It all started with a lovely weekend spent at my aunt’s house on Tomales Bay where I got to go running among the oak trees and kayaking through the clear waters of the

Posted in Buddhism, Davis Foster Wallace, Pt. Reyes Station, Tomales Bay

Something sweet in the world

Although she does not capitalize and this is one of the things that really bugs me about the internet, I still love Andrea at Hula Seventy.  She is so kind and humble and she has great taste. I think I

Posted in anniversaries, Hula Seventy, marriage, relationships

Oh my god.  I curse you, Facebook.  Spit

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Now I’m old enough to raise money

Twins for change Yesterday we had our Auction for Obama party and raised more than $8,000.  Our friends were so generous and good-natured and in the mood to bid.  We plied them with hot dogs and potato salad (and white

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