Monthly Archives: August 2007

if only my skin were changed

I wasn’t going to do International Blog Against Racism Week, because I can never think of anything useful to say. But then I read Will Shetterly’s post on how his life might not substantially have been altered if he’d been … Continue reading

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reason to be careful

I was on my own driving to work today. Rudder had to head up to Schiphol with some of the other people in his group, to meet with the family of the man who died. They’ll deal with some logistical … Continue reading

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in the midst

I like Prague a lot. For once I even took notes, so there will be a reasonably informative entry about it soon, on the other site. Hopefully the words will balance out the mediocre photos – we took scads, but … Continue reading

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I’m supposed to be a seasoned traveler, right? Seven continents under my belt, traveled all over the place alone and with Rudder, even solo international travel. So why is it that I so often get sickish right before a planned … Continue reading

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the wild European life

I’m socializing to all hours these days. yesterday, I was scheduled to row the double at 6, but my partner emailed to say she was stuck in another city and could we row at 8 PM instead? I think Rudder … Continue reading

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