Monthly Archives: July 2010

Better late than never

Yeah, ok… so I know I usually post on Wednesdays. And yes, I realize that it is now Friday afternoon. Actually, by now we’re probably pushing past the true afternoon and are in that hazy place where we could probably

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Forms and forms and forms

I’m back at the library, feeling a little daunted by my to-do list for the next few days, but confident that it can all be conquered with baby steps. I am pleased, however, to report that I just ticked something

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My brain is hot (and not in a good way)

Hello friends- I’m writing this the calm quiet of the Fireplace Reading Room at Stauffer Library at Queen’s. For those of you unfamiliar with the room, it’s a beautiful one: high ceilings, lots of natural light, four well-lit tables (where,

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Cold (and panicked) in a Heat Wave

Who gets a cold in a heat wave? That’s right – only yours truly. I have a sore throat. I feel achy. And steer clear, folks, ’cause I may be whiney. So, thinking I would nip it in the bud

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