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Depression No.4

I don’t know how to friend.

For as long as I can remember I have always been horribly shy and awkward. All of my friends growing up had approached me first or have been friends of friends, bonds formed over mutual like/dislike for other people or things. 807 more words

When My Body-Positivity Wasn't Enough

This June, I gave birth to Squish, my amazing daughter.  For the last four months, I’ve been experiencing all kinds of emotional and physical changes, resulting in a rollercoaster that not even my bopo journey could compete with.  1,400 more words

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The Amazing Disappearing Squish (or, Squishings on about Town)

Ok, so weekly blog posts might have been a bit ambitious. But we do have updates! Lots of them!

When last we left off with Squish, Sarah and I were headed off to yet another wedding. 454 more words

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Our year in graphic novels

I recently published an essay in The Washington Post about my family’s year in graphic novels. Why graphic novels? For me, as a lover of libraries, one of the big limitations that comes with living in a less developed country for a spell is existing without access to the constant flow of books I enjoy at my local library. 318 more words

Grey Matter Improv - A Giraffter's Brainstorming Session

I’ve written short stories in my head before bed, entire novels while driving, and the lyrics to half a dozen songs that will drop on my first album while in the shower. 437 more words

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Jurong Bird Park’s Squish the flamingo shows off its shiny blue shoes

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Steady your hearts because you’re so not ready for the ball of cuteness that’s about to hit you: an adorable, ultra-cuddly tuft of grey fluff has hatched in Jurong Bird Park and is going on walks around the park. 210 more words

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Haulin' Ass to Western Mass.

Over the past weekend, Sarah and I traveled to Amherst, Ma to celebrate the wedding of our friends, Alec and Mary. Our first stop was Winchester, Va, because, well, we’re old and can’t drive as long as we used to. 461 more words

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