Archive for March, 2006

Cold, soggy tacos

Published on 27 March 2006

Today’s leftover lunch sort of describes my worldview lately, and I’m having a tough time figuring out why — despite delightful lifts hanging out with Janet while she was in town, or having dinner with the stars of the T&E Show, or random time spent with my boy — I feel so lousy for the […]


Published on 15 March 2006

I found this homemade Pokémon card on our street this weekend, near the Kennedy School. This may be one of my favorite finds yet. It’s not uncommon to see discarded homework along our street, but I don’t pick it up unless it looks like it might be a juicy note passed in class or something.
Ezra […]

iPod in a coma, I know, I know it’s serious

Published on 14 March 2006

I read this account of how it feels to lose your iPod with a sickening recognition of how that feels. (Well, except the part about Coldplay. Ew.) The one Doug gave me hasn’t responded to any of the triage I’ve tried, and I’m not keen to shell out major bucks to have the hard drive […]

Take heart

Published on 8 March 2006

This isn’t exactly breaking news, but it did my disillusioned heart good to read about indie rockers saying No to Hummer’s filthy lucre:
GM’s brand of luxury SUVs may be one of the most fashionable modes of transportation in the world, but Hummer ad money is turned down like … well … like nothing else. That’s […]


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I pretty much cleaned out Woolcott’s supply of Classic Elite Lush this weekend (click the photo to embiggen) — finally using the wonderful gift certificate my honey had given me Christmas 2004. I want to knit myself a sweater, and I’ve been drawn to Pinup Queen from Stitch ‘n Bitch for some time. I […]