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Yes, I'm living in Peru "to follow knowledge like a sinking star." But I occasionally make my mom send me folders, chocolate chips, and socks. So it seems likely that I will always be a girl who grew up in the woodburbs of Pennsylvania

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  • Hullo there ducklings! I'm glad so you're here!
    on Nov 27, 2010
    But you really want to be HERE!The blog site domain of fading margins has changed, as promised!I have not made you lose the joy of reading this forever if you didn't remember, as also promised.Eh, one out of two. I'm sorta reliable.Click on that lin...
  • Hullo there ducklings! I'm so glad you're here!
    on Nov 27, 2010
    But you really want to be HERE!The blog site domain of fading margins has changed, as promised!I have not made you lose the joy of reading this forever if you didn't remember, as also promised.Eh, one out of two. I'm sorta reliable.Click on that lin...
  • Turkey and lettuce and strawberries
    on Nov 26, 2010
    Well chickadees, the Peruvian Thanksgiving dinner was a success, you'll all be happy to know.The bumps in the road were minor:-underdone pumpkin bread still a big hit-soupy mashed yellow potatoes not as important as mashed potatoes often seem to be-s...
  • In which I wax poetic about Andean Barbie
    on Nov 26, 2010 in concert toys Andes
    Last night some lovely girlies and I went to a concert of Andean music put on by an organization for the benefit of "Trabajadores del Hogar" otherwise known as "empleadas" otherwise known as house maids.The housemaid issue is interesting enough in it...
  • Attempted rebellion from the Thanksgiving list
    on Nov 25, 2010
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!I know the traditional thing to do here would be to list the things for which I'm most thankful. And believe me, I could. But I have to be honest, I feel almost redundant writing a list of things I'm thankful for on a blog I starte...
  • Inspiration strikes on the micro
    on Nov 24, 2010
    Hullo ducklings! I was all set to post something else, but that will wait. Just just now I'm really excited about my ride home on the micro today.This evening I was, as always, listening to my own singer/songwriter music on the micro (shamelessly ina...
  • Bring on the Peruvian blond jokes
    on Nov 23, 2010
    Okay, I don´t know if those actually exist. But apparently if they did, I would be open game. For all you non-Spanish speakers, literally: pelirroja=redhead, rubia=blond My hair used to be a much lighter red, and I've since dyed it. A good move,...
  • A spring correspondence
    on Nov 22, 2010
    Dear Dani,Recently it has been brought to our attention that you are suffering severely from a lack of New England's blustery thunderstorms that let you wear those cute, artsy rainboots, trees whose autumn clothing carpet the roads with flaming reds...
  • Sea Lions: Cuddle buddies or cranky old men?
    on Nov 20, 2010
    I used to have a picture of a sea lion as my computer wallpaper which I always wanted to pull right out of the photo and give a good squeeze. It was just the cutest thing. And then possibly we’d cuddle up and watch Free Willy while enjoying some f...
  • No honey bunches, but it could save the world
    on Nov 19, 2010 in breakfast food
    I love breakfast cereal. At home, Massachusetts home and Pennsylvania home, I stock what I like to think of as "grown-up cereals." You know, the really fancy and kind of pompous ones that contain 5 different nuts and dried fruits from 10 different c...
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