Monthly Archives: June 2015

One Last Midwestern Sunset For Good Measure

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Depressing Things I Found While I Was Packing

A picture of my mother holding me as a baby, her hair the unforgettable brunette bob with bangs, looking effortlessly beautiful and effortlessly sad. A post card of St. John’s Harbour which only read in unmistakeable handwriting: I wish you … Continue reading

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Outside

I remember one night in Cincinnati, we escaped from an obligatory grueling visit to your smothering mother and bewildering but adorable offspring, and went to a fancy wine bar in Hyde Park to talk about life and love by the … Continue reading

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Sex And Love Addicts Anonymous

Confession: Every time Bad Blood by T Swift comes on the radio, I blast it.

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Memory Box: A Soundtrack for Very Long Drives

Weakerthans – Watermark Vertical Horizon – You’re A God Dresdon Dolls – Truce Before Sunset – Waltz Sigur Ros – Glosoli Lindsey Stirling – Shadows Florence and the Machine – Drumming Weakerthans – Plea from a Cat Named Virtue Pink … Continue reading

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Good Management

In the late afternoon, the manager of the entire store – not my team lead, not the assistant manager, but the big boss, the one I never see because she is busy running around with a stressed smile trying to … Continue reading

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Intention

History may be servitude,  History may be freedom. See, now they vanish,  The faces and places, with the self which, as it could, loved them,  To become renewed, transfigured, in another pattern. […] And all shall be well and All … Continue reading

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