Tag Archives: angst and woe

Husbands and marriage(s)

I haven’t made a lot of updates here in a while on that whole topic, but there are three now. Mr. Lynx-ears and I formalized things on the very last day of this past spring, and the “land spirit” who … Continue reading

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Travel interludes

I’m in a cabin by a lake, not far from where my mom grew up, and where we used to spend time some summers, visiting her family when I was a kid. I haven’t been back here in many years; … Continue reading

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General commentary; status report

I’d always intended to post “Life Support Systems” online, sometime after the journal was published, and finally figured it was a good time to do it, well, a couple weeks before it went live, I guess. I was not in … Continue reading

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Angst and woe: the career edition

I’ve felt sometimes that working at the place I am now was a bit of a cruel joke: I’m surrounded by architects and intern architects, I overhear people talking about architecture in ways that I used to, or about the … Continue reading

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Fool’s errand

That’s what pursuing restoration work feels like at times (not that I’m doing so very much of it, yet, but the whole pursuit!). I was not in a good mood when I got home this evening: This afternoon I reread … Continue reading

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Always room for another

I feel like this time, I was followed home. Although really, I noticed while I was out that there was a long piece of leaf/twig from a Western red-cedar that had somehow got caught in my scarf, and I looked … Continue reading

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