Monthly Archives: July 2011

From Rembrandt to Richard

Dearest, senile Richard- My summer has been most wonderful, filled with lingering naps and indulgent glasses of rich, warm milk. I spend my evenings enjoying the cool breeze that passes through my sunroom and reading books about men from long … Continue reading

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Those Guys Have All The Fun by Andrew James Miller & Tom Shales

Over the past four days, I cruised through all 700-some pages of Andrew James Miller and Tom Shales’ new oral history of ESPN, entitled Those Guys Have All The Fun. While the book was zippy and provacative, I confess that … Continue reading

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Pizza for Lunch!

Bridgette said we can have pizza for lunch today! I get so excited to eat pizza that sometimes I start tasting blood! I hope there aren’t any mushrooms on it, though. (Mushrooms make me poop brown water.) Most people eat … Continue reading

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