Das kölsche Grundgesetz

Das kölsche Grundgesetz that you can (also) live by (even if you’re not a Kölner)

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Things Eli says at 13 months old

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Whatever happened to ‘pouring the heart out’?

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What’s Up? Highlights from Lately (Sep to Oct 2018)

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Poetry

Galway Kinnell: Wait

By on March 7, 2016

  It is true that there is some romance in waiting. But it’s also true that there is an unfathomable anguish in it. THE WAIT. I am reminded that things don’t move along when and how I want it. Because there is a natural flow. There is an order or chaos or inaction to how […]

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Notes

A breather

By on February 29, 2016

All of the days preceding this week went by on a dizzying frenzy. It was a get up and get moving rhythm with barely a time to relish my mornings. So this week’s break from class is a welcome pause. I’d now have some time in my hands to do as I please, namely: watch […]

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Notes

The long and short of it

By on January 14, 2016

Resistant in the beginning but I’ve somehow adopted a solid weekday routine: walking to work. I live about 20 to 30 minutes on foot from work. The first few months were terrible just as most changes are. I hated the heat, people who rushed past me and some who took their sweet time walking as […]

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