call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for January, 2010
If I were on twitter, I would have had to post something last night about wearing a $95 hotel bathrobe. For about the last two months, I’d been planning a surprise night out for Ryan, and yesterday was the night. We went to a schmancy restaurant in the Pearl District (I had pear and dandelion [...]
We just got back from Powell’s, where we heard Ursula LeGuin and a man named Margaret Killjoy talk about anarchism and science fiction. Unfortunately, Ursula LeGuin did not stay to sign books afterwards, because I would have loved to be able to shake her hand, and tell her how much I appreciate her always being [...]
Today I am taking the day off. Tomorrow I will have things to do again, which will involve getting dressed and going outside, but today I am damned if I’m getting out of my pajamas or doing anything more strenuous than watching my netflix and working on my cross-stitch. Today is my day.
Today is the day for taking down the Christmas decorations.
We went out to Indian food for my mother’s birthday last night. All six of us. I don’t know what’s stranger, my family all being adults now, with the wealth of new conversation topics and honesties that implies, or the mere fact of how we’ve expanded. It isn’t just me and my parents and my [...]
My sister now has two sets of shiny metal things in each ear, I acquired a big box of Cinnabons, and we have plans for my mother’s birthday tomorrow. (#62! Go Mom!) Today was a good day.
My first post of 2010! Except I’m not really crazy about resolutions, and while I’ve enjoyed reading the Decade in Review posts that have been going up around here, I’m not too keen on writing one myself. There are large parts of the last decade that I have no desire to air in public, and [...]