Monthly Archives: May 2010

Small Talk…

I went to a meeting for the foreign press in Moscow yesterday. The setting was nice – out on the Smolenskaya Le Pain patio, with lilac bushes and rush hour traffic in the background. I thought it would be a … Continue reading

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Back to Anne…

I’ve set up shop in the kitchen for now – withering lilacs on the table, 3-hour wash cycle sudding loudly in the machine, bolognese sauce simmering in the crock pot, and a sticky floor with carrot gratings, and grease drippings … Continue reading

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Anne and Emily Quotes

Back to LM Montgomery, and the world of my childhood (you could add Laura Ingalls Wilder, Betsy-Tacy-Tib, Madelein L’Engle, and the Boxcar Children to the list). Here’s an “Emily” quote I still love: “It had always seemed to Emily, ever … Continue reading

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Surfing the Web is Good for Your Career!

I’ve finally found a way to justify my internet addiction. Surfing the web, it seems, is actually a way to increase my value to potential employers. A meeting with my former boss last week confirmed everything (she told me to … Continue reading

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