grrrl meets world

living the liminal


August 2005

Here’s one chance encounter I’d like to chance upon — girl meets Jon Stewart at a NYC Chinese restaurant, finds out he actually reads her blog (!!), and then is invited to join him and friends for dinner. Seriously. The… Continue Reading →

Looks like the levees didn’t hold as expected in New Orleans — last night they overflowed and several aren’t running. One FEMA official has called this “the most significant natural disaster to hit the United States” — and I doubt… Continue Reading →

She of the small mouth — that’s right, the next time someone accuses me of having a big mouth, I’ll know it’s metaphorical. I just got home from a lovely visit with my dentist, and I found out that my… Continue Reading →

FYI — when you tell your landlords about the leak in your bathroom, and they presumably fix it, expect another leak to pop up somewhere ELSE in your apartment. That’s right, we’ve gone a couple of days without inadvertent showers… Continue Reading →

Now this is sad. Brushing my teeth just now, I look in the mirror at this odd pinkness around my neckline — I asked Jerry, “what the heck is this?!” It’s sun. It’s the first real amount of sun I’ve… Continue Reading →

(relatively) Good news for a Monday — The levees look like they’re gonna hold for New Orleans. — and, Despite not sleeping much or very well last night, I woke up to the news that I’ll be receiving a Graduate… Continue Reading →

“Hurricane Risk for New Orleans” — part of a report filed in 2002. “KYAGB—kiss your ass good bye,” reads Maestri. “Because,” says Maestri, “anyone who was here when that storm came across was gone—it was body-bag time. We think 40,000… Continue Reading →

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