Monthly Archives: September 2015

Manual Labor

I saw the craziest show last night. Well, “saw” is not quite the right word. When I first arrived to the venue I was dressed in a large, bright yellow construction worker’s vest with reflective stripes. I was also outfitted … Continue reading

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Bring it.

I went to the John Sargent special exhibit at the Met Museum this past week, and I was surprised to be so unfamiliar with his work. He was a contemporary of Monet, Van Gogh, and Rodin, but I couldn’t name … Continue reading

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My Life in France

I had a horrific excursion to IKEA the other week where I waited in line after line to select, pay for, and schedule a delivery of new furniture. Of course, I knew going into it that IKEA on a Saturday … Continue reading

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It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…

Even though I am enmeshed in the throes of my heaviest teaching load ever, I just agreed to take a small part in a colleague’s theatrical production. We had the table read on Sunday. The play is The Devils, by … Continue reading

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