Monthly Archives: February 2010

Even my mother wants to know about it

The new book is different.  It is not a sequel.  It has a different tone.  It is historical fiction, it happens later than the last book, but still 19th Century.  There are themes that perhaps carry from one book to … Continue reading

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An entire giant glass of water

Came out raring to work, put down the big damn glass, and over it went.  Grateful that I do my 3 by 5 cards in pencil.  Books were spared but for two, and they were not borrowed books.  Nor were … Continue reading

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Scribble scribble scribble

Eh, Mr. Gibbon?  We are tickling keys with our eye on the Opulent Interiors of the Gilded Age, as well as Old New York in Early Photographs.  Then there are the two books on carriages, and the Historical Atlas of … Continue reading

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Today’s post

We’ve got thunder and lightning.  We’ve got a fire in the fireplace, a huge Bugs Bunny mug (that says ‘looks, brains, charm — all that and I’m humble, too’) with lemon ginger tea, we’ve got a cashmere sweater to keep … Continue reading

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