Monthly Archives: December 2013

“A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water.” ― Carl Reiner

Anticipating the cold, stinging air and the frozen white stuff on the ground. I hope Ripley’s fur thickens up quickly.

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In which Sally ages.

I am now 43. That’s one year older than 42*, for those who are, like me, mathematically challenged. What’s different, you may ask. What do you know now that you did not know last year? Share, oh wise one, the … Continue reading

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melting…send help…

turning into puddle…can’t stay solid…sweating…salty…

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and then sometimes I’m really lucky

Today a friend and I went to Los Dominicos to look for gifts for people at home (okay, yes, and for ourselves, also), and ended up in a shop called Regalos del Campo. Lucky for us, the woman working there is … Continue reading

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