Tagged: home

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queer: get over yourself

To prep the apartment for the exterminators, I left work a little early but decided to try getting in a quick errand to Home Depot to replace some light bulbs that burned out simultaneously this morning. This involved a ride...

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home: an insect of the family Cimicidae

So… yeah, I’ve got bedbugs. All those times hearing the rhyme, Sleep tight. Don’t let the bedbugs bite! and I thought it was just a cute thing to say at bedtime. Yeah… not. Even though this is just the latest...

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photo: and behold, another day begins*

I must have been crazy, but as my body didn’t want to sleep in yesterday morning, I decided to spend a little quality time on my building’s roof deck and greet the sun. I had on layers, I had hot...

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what I will miss: my perch

Right at the top up there in the middle. That’s me! The (current) lair of the urban bohemian. After getting out of that horrible roommate experience 5 years ago, I was really kinda lost. I’d already given up my car...

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what I won’t miss: trash

I thought I might have a “what I will miss” entry before another of these, but having taken the day off work to try and get a handle on the clutter and pack some more items, this is really grinding...

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what I won’t miss: elevators

These will be some quickie entries in a series about the less tangible parts of my move. The packing and the apartment hunting and all the things I’ve had to actually do are sometimes worthy of an entire entry, but...

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in DC: “I am a politician who is moral.”

I thought it would be enough to post this to Facebook, but I’m still shaking my head and laughing this morning. About 150 people rallied in Freedom Plaza outside D.C.’s City Hall to denounce support for same-sex marriage in the...

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random: ow ow ow ow, we hate you, ow ow ow!

That would be the dialogue from my feet and legs after coming in from a friggin’ fantastic Happy Hour & Dinner with fun DC bloggers Gilahi, lacochran to say farewell to J.M. Tewkesbury* at Busboys and Poets and finding out...

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DC: gird your loins!*

Are you ready for some Inauguration!? I do wish I’d known about the parade rehearsal as that would have been interesting to see and about as close as I wish to get to any of that nonsense. Though apparently even...

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art: Faces of Change

Last night Kyle and I headed all the way across 16th to the Latin American Youth Center’s Art & Media House to attend the open house/closing reception for the exhibit Dos Caras Del Cambio/Two Faces of Change detailed in an...