Monthly Archives: May 2011

Everything Matters! by Ron Currie, Jr.

Earlier this month I read Everything Matters! by Ron Currie, Jr., and I’ve just written a GIGANTIC reaction post over at The Geekly Reader, if anyone is interested in checking it out. Verdict in a nutshell: Quite good. Made me … Continue reading

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Fun Link of the Day

Happy hump day! I think Hyperbole and a Half is probably one of the most popular blogs on the internet, but on the minuscule off chance that you haven’t read it yet, this entry made me laugh so hard I … Continue reading

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The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli

We went to Italy for our honeymoon, a major pilgrimage site for an art history nerd like me. There’s no doubt that Botticelli’s Birth of Venus is one of the most famous paintings in the Uffizi. I’ve seen it hundreds … Continue reading

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Fun Link of the Day: Book Snark Edition

I feel like this week has already been 20 days long. I can’t believe it’s only Wednesday morning. I’m so over it. So, a hump day gift from me to you. Check out Better Book Titles. The hilarious Dan Wilbur … Continue reading

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Hearty Mushroom Ragu for a Rainy Day

For ages now, I’ve wanted to block off one meat-free day each week. It’s good for me, and it’s good for the environment. Paul McCartney’s Meat Free Monday site has a ton of information about what eating meat-free could do … Continue reading

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I just wrote a really long comment on someone’s blogger blog. Is that what they’re called? I dunno. Anyway, first I pasted it in and tried to comment using my wordpress account. I got all the way to the end, … Continue reading

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The Window, Henri Matisse

Last weekend, I went to Michigan to visit family. Friday afternoon, I met my friend Jenny at the Detroit Institute of Arts for what was supposed to be some cultural appreciation. Actually, we wound up sitting down in front of … Continue reading

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