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for: ‘March, 2009’

Banana Pancakes

Apologies to those of you who were hoping for a recipe due to the title of today’s post, but hopefully you’ll leave happier than before. Dan and I have always loved this song–the laziness of it, the wishfulness of it. Lounging around, eating banana pancakes, pretending it’s the weekend, which as you know, it’s not, […]

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I’ve said it before, but I long for the day I’ll have a little time to pick up knitting needles again.  Seriously, it’s like finger yoga. Last night, Dan and I had a splendid time sitting and talking out on the deck, kept warm by the roaring fire.  We came in as the sky darkened, […]

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If You Want to Write

Last Thursday evening, at my Rochester Art Center reading, a woman asked, “When did you start calling yourself an author?”  It’s a good question, one that, I’m sure, every artist asks him- or herself.  Does the label come with the simple act of writing?  Do you accept the label when you’ve become published…or won an […]

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Misquoting Jesus

As promised, I’ve finished Misquoting Jesus, Bart Ehrman’s prelude to Jesus, Interrupted, which I’ve already blogged about in a previous post here. What a fascinating read–a little drier than Jesus, Interrupted–but still, fascinating!  I won’t pretend to know the actual truth of Ehrman’s comments, because I do not know Greek and Hebrew (and Latin), which […]

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Catchy Tune

It’s time for some music. After all, it’s Friday, and you need to dance a little, shake out all those stresses from the week. [Okay, I do!] This song is from the beginning of the movie Juno. I dare you to keep still. Have a great weekend!

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