Monthly Archives: August 2011

Plse xcuse hte typo s

Please don’t excuse the typos in the following story. I’ve taken time to review it, as I do with every post. I’ve received several emails in the past few weeks with variations of the following tagged on the end: “Sent … Continue reading

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The story of a peach pit

Now that Washingtonian‘s September issue has been printed, shipped and released to the wonderful and well-read public of DMV, I can finally share my best lesson of working in the capital region. I accomplished massive amounts of reading, fact-checking, traveling … Continue reading

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Rounded up, moved in

I’ve slogged through the point where the galaxies of Goodwill and Target appeared to collide inside my apartment.  Now the destruction of sanity has taken a merry, Kodachrome block texture in my iCal with meetings, meet-ups and preparatory measures for … Continue reading

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August, again

Here’s a Möbius strip* to jumper cable your minds back into reading this blog. Anniversary stories are overrated.  This is an anniversary story. To paraphrase comedian Bill Engvall, it was humid last August. Probably will be again next August. But we pen … Continue reading

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Reboot: summer edition

I’m home after 10 weeks of traveling, eating, training, networking, fact-checking, writing, and too little sleep too much fun in the capital. That means another hiatus while I recharge for Year 2 of grad school, come late August. Catch y’all … Continue reading

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