Monthly Archives: November 2014

How this all happened

I am thankful for so many things today, big and small, including the little neighborhood grocery store that was still open so I could could grab the brown sugar and ground coriander I forgot; people who don’t give a shit … Continue reading

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How to Make Sweet Tea

I have just ordered some BBQ to be delivered to my house because I am a lucky, lucky girl. We’ll see how SF BBQ compares to AL and LA BBQ and also WTFBBQ. I’m making a pitcher of sweet tea … Continue reading

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The Supersizers Go…Babes in Boyland

Lately I’m tweaking my diet to source carbohydrates more from produce than from bread or refined sugar. I’m not cutting out bread entirely, doing anything remotely Atkins-like, or even dieting at all, but just trying to understand how to eat … Continue reading

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gulf

Things I miss tonight so much I can barely catch my breath: -Nana -Alabama dirt road, roaring chorus of frogs and crickets, ink black sky smeared with stars -Florida panhandle, salted breeze, blue neon, electric guitar, cold oysters in smooth … Continue reading

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inventory

Things I am grateful for on this rainy and foggish night: -this rainy and foggish night -gas-fueled “woodstove” making fire by my side -Indian food delivery -ALL the amazing delivery options available in SF -string lights -hot herbal chai with … Continue reading

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Why I need all the flavors of Tabasco

After Nana died, I was numb. Most of me was, anyways, and I was just occupying the small part of myself that still had feeling. The rest of my psyche was caught up in the grief process, and as such … Continue reading

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Fog and Toddy

Tomorrow marks a month I’ve been in this borrowed spot. I’m settled in well, and the guy at the corner store knows me by name, somehow, already (That’s not creepy, right?). The neighborhood is full of parks, hills, and trails, … Continue reading

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