Monthly Archives: November 2010

Goodbye America

Tonight I celebrated what might be my last night in the US for a long time. It’s been strange to realize this – I’ve considered the US my ‘home base’ for over five years now. This is the country where … Continue reading

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dreams

I just woke up from a night of disturbing/exhilarating dreams. There were guns and hunting. Time travel and good friends. The most striking image was a pause in the dream to watch the moon be hung like a paper lantern. … Continue reading

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Damn it Past me!

Well, shit. I tried to sign into my MSN account today, for whatever reason, and couldn’t remember my password. So I did the whole “I can’t remember my password” thing. I selected the “security question” to prove my identity. The … Continue reading

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Book list

Read since August: Persepolis – Marjane Satrapi History of American Empire – Howard Zinn (and others) Lord of the Flies – William Golding The Will of the Empress – Tamora Pierce The Scarlet Pimpernel – Baroness Orczy The Girl with … Continue reading

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sense memories

I’m back in NYC and living alone in my sister, Erin’s apartment for the next week and a half. I just wanted to write about the things that I will remember about Edinburgh and the people I met there. The … Continue reading

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Small things

I can’t get over how organised the bus system is here. After a year with the SF Muni and a good while trolling the NYC subway, it boggles my mind. Every morning/evening, there is a queue at the bus stop. … Continue reading

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