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Les Nuances Quotidiennes

“On fera le tour de Paris. C’est joli.”

Bonjour tout le monde, ça va? My first update is that I finalized spring break plans this morning. 1,167 more words

Rx for a Nurse

I’ve been at work for 2 weeks, and it’s only been 2 weeks. I’m tired. So very tired.

I don’t really mean it in a physical way- of course I get bogged down by my aches, pains and flares. 500 more words

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Holidays make for Boredom

As Easter draws near, I am reminded that we need to keep a certain young lady entertained for 4 days. This may sound easy, but for those who have lived through the terrible twos, will assure you, this is anything but easy. 302 more words

Joys Of Motherhood

Emacs, Minimalism and the Overwhelming Complexity of Reality

A few years ago, just before I went to college, I read a curious book on complex adaptive systems. These are mathematical models that aren’t quite crazy enough to write them off as just random chaos – but they’re not so orderly that we can label them the same way as we might a line or a sine wave. 755 more words

Minimalism

Home-cured Spalla

Our spalla is ready. I am so excited by it I keep squeaking!

Spalla: (recipe from the River Cottage book of Curing and Smoking by Stephen Lamb). 376 more words

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A case of travel-lag!

Ailment: Travel-lag

Symptoms: A general feeling of wariness and frustration, sometimes leading to antisocial tendencies and excessive moroseness. Directed most strongly at aspects relating to the backpacking/travelling lifestyle. 447 more words

How quickly they fall

While this blog was started as a place to talk about my daughter, I realize as time goes on that this blog, like my family, will need to grow and evolve. 477 more words

Joys Of Motherhood