September 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Juxtaposition & Perspectives

Interesting headlines today: "[From NPR] U.S. income inequality at its highest level since the Census Bureau began tracking household income in 1967. The U.S. also has the greatest disparity among Western industrialized nations. At the top, the wealthiest 5 percent of Americans, who earn more than $180,000, added slightly to their annual incomes last year, [...]

I am going to bet that at one time or another 99% of the women were asked one or all of these questions: "Which Sex and the City gal is your favorite?" "Which Sex and the City gal do you want to be?" "Which Sex and the City gal are you?" I never knew how to [...]

Missing a hole here

I woke up to a bad allergy attack this morning: runny nose sneezing itchy, watery eyes itching of the nose or throat p.s. I just copied that litany from the back of my bottle of Zyrtec. I've got them all. As I was using up the last tissue from the giant Kleenex box, I was [...]

Moon Struck

I have witnessed history tonight (or last night). I reveled in the glory that was the Super Harvest Moon. According to NASA, on September 22, 2010, For the first time in almost 20 years, northern autumn is beginning on the night of a full Moon. The coincidence sets the stage for a "Super Harvest Moon"... Northern summer [...]

Wordless Wednesday

Eat Pray Love. Why not?

Now that the fever towards the book and the movie has died down, hopefully, I feel it is safe to explain why I cannot bring myself to pick up this ever-popular book. And really, it is not like there were not a pile of books in my house waiting for me to finish, and that [...]

Dear Soren Lorensens, I know I have not been a good blogger: for one, I haven't managed to respond to the comments you kindly left me so I don't go into yet another bout of depression thinking that nobody loves me. I have also not been leaving comments on your blogs. I am killing my [...]

I love New York City. I truly do. I wish it were really my city. . . . . I took these pictures in August when I was there for BlogHer 2010. I was thinking of New York City more than usual because of the anniversary of September 11 which was the day before this post [...]

Remember where you were when you saw it? For the first time? I am sure all of us (those old enough) do. I was in Boise, Idaho then. I was working as a management consultant, traveling Monday through Thursday. By then, I have been on the project for almost half a year. I wanted to [...]

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