Monthly Archives: December 2009

Facebook philosophy fun

Mo: “I unfriended everyone the other day. But it’s not that I don’t like them.”

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Julie & Julia & Garbanzo

Having watched Julie & Julia last night (if that doesn’t say “start of a Christmas tradition” I don’t know what does), I have come to realize the importance of cooking tips in blogging. With the name I Like Margarine, I … Continue reading

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With Cool Whip on Top

An icy morning run in the park. Christmas day. All is calm. All is bright. Hey, that would make a catchy song. It’s 40 degrees, a temp that would make my friends in the East laugh. Still, I’ve got on … Continue reading

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Beginning to look a lot like something

— If you get to the Pearly Gates and one of the questions is “So did you ever tackle the pope on Christmas Eve?”, one woman is going to have a lot of  ‘splaining to do, Lucy. — The entire … Continue reading

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Destruction Derby and Christmas cheer

My accidental recipe for holiday cheer: 1. Pick up an elderly woman who hasn’t been out of the house in waaaaaaay too long. 2. Put her in an electric cart for the first time. Send her on a test drive … Continue reading

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Or maybe Mad Max

“It’s like the Apocalypse. Except there’s no Jesus or Mel Gibson.” — Flagstaff resident/chainsaw chick Kate on Arizona’s massive storm problems and freeway closures.

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A Christmas Surprise

It’s just us for the holidays. Me, Mo, BK Baby Kat. Mo’s family is in Washington. Mine is in Texas. BK’s is in California. Or Tempe. We’re not sure which. It’s just the three of us. Not exactly a Hallmark … Continue reading

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