Monthly Archives: August 2016

Putting the Pro in Procrastination.

I am working on a Big Project with a Looming Deadline. Up early every morning with the firm intent of wrestling my thoughts and notes into something coherent. It’s really, really quiet at 4:00 a.m., by the way. I can … Continue reading

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Even in the dead of summer.

How I love NYC. Slowed to a crawl by the heat, I barely left my neighborhood this trip, but that’s okay. People travel from all over the world to visit our neighborhood, so I was content to amble up Broadway, … Continue reading

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Taken Abawk: Chickens Beat The Odds.

They say the average life span of a chicken is 5-7 years. Well, except, that is, for the one on your dinner plate. Which is why a little white hen made the news this summer. UPC (United Poultry Concerns) reported … Continue reading

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…she had so many children she didn’t know what to do!

Lucky for us, we live in a nice big shoe. But all these kids – they’re faster than us, smarter than us, and worst of all – we’re now outnumbered. Fortunately, they’re all perfectly behaved. 😬 These two California transplants … Continue reading

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