Monthly Archives: February 2008

Whatever its shape

In retrospect, perhaps it wasn’t the wisest of things to do, but I spent the weekend cooking and baking. To be more precise, I received a tutorial from a master chef, my stepmother, in the art of creating some of … Continue reading

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What’s Love Got To Do With It

Unless you’ve been living in a cave atop an isolated mountain, you can’t have escaped the barrage of commercials, news stories and print ads for the upcoming Valentine’s Day. Like most holidays that have evolved into a mass orgy of … Continue reading

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A Midwinter Tale

We have just returned from our evening walk. The night is crisp, the lights of the city below us sparkling like myriad shards of glass. No one is out this late in the evening. Even the dogs who usually give … Continue reading

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