Monthly Archives: September 2010

Autumnal Equinox Meal

After a quick trip to Trader Joe’s, I came home and resolved to make the brown rice salad that I’d sampled there. Plus, since it was Friday, our fish day, I made a simple fish chowder too. Bella declared it … Continue reading

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Happy 40th, Little Sis!

As my little sister, you may have suffered the brunt of my critical eye – but not only did you survive my sibling torture, you have flourished in this world and really impressed the heck out of all of us … Continue reading

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Seeing Art in Insadong

Despite all the illness at the tail end of of my Korea trip – I did get out and do much more touristy stuff than I’d expected. Or at least as much as one might reasonably expect while staying in … Continue reading

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Starting our Second Year!

The fall songs for our sixth cycle of Waldorf in the Woods. All songs and handplays, except for FIVE LITTLE LEAVES and OATS AND BEANS AND BARLEY GROW will be sung twice. FOLLOW, FOLLOW ME NOW LOOK AROUND SOMETHING TOLD … Continue reading

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Christian, Recovering

When I don’t post for a while, there is a backlog in my brain – but first things first: Christian is doing much better. A week after we’d been home from Korea, Christian had a fever on and off again … Continue reading

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An Autumn Gathering Story

Oh dear, my new fall cycle of Waldorf in the Woods starts in a week and I haven’t even posted songs or a story yet. Good thing I have such enthusiastic group members who come up with story ideas of … Continue reading

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Home, Safe but Sick

I saw my friend Sierra yesterday who’s been staying in a hotel for the last couple days (after a terrific vacation) because their house is getting sprayed. I said, “Looks like you had a great vacation!” She replied, “Except, since … Continue reading

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Developing versus Developed

I asked my brother whether Korea was considered a first or second world country, because, frankly, I could be in NYC except that everything is in Korean. He thought first – but then made it clear that talking about countries … Continue reading

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