Monthly Archives: January 2016

Patchwork ROI

I have a complicated relationship with quilts. They’re one of the few things I can reliably and consistently sew. They are a significant part of my maternal family culture. My great grandmother, great aunts, and several of my aunts have … Continue reading

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Hot Buttered Nonsense

Three days before Christmas, my friend Allison posted the following on Facebook. Hot Buttered Rum 1 lb butter, softened 1 lb light brown sugar 1 lb powdered sugar 2 tsp ground cinnamon 2 tsp ground nutmeg (probably less if it’s … Continue reading

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Time, Space, and Swearing. Lots of Swearing

Luke looked up. “Tell me something, tall man, do you have a good sense of smell for a pretty-face, or a bad one?” Tsofair gave Luke a long assessing look, which seemed not to embarrass the other man in the … Continue reading

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