Monthly Archives: November 2007

Friday Buzz: Joseph Conrad

This is an excerpt from an interesting Guardian article on Joseph Conrad, another author I’d like to explore more, especially The Secret Agent. For Conrad, none of the big stories, from Christianity to communism to psychoanalysis (he met a disciple … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – Pan con tomate

I couldn’t eat a whole lot in Spain due to the traveler’s bug, but I could eat this. It’s tasty, fast, simple. Thought I’d share with you today. Trust me: Delicioso! slices of thick, rustic style breadcloves garlic peeled and … Continue reading

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Reading Dangerously…I like it!

Now that I’m back and refreshed (more on my vacation later this week, I promise! I actually need time to absorb all of the experience before I can write about it.), I’ve been chomping at the bit to get to … Continue reading

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Girona, Spain II

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Girona, Spain

This is a sculpture we saw in Girona, Spain. I have not been able to find out anything about it so far…but naturally I love it. Postscript: Thanks to D. Chedwick, I found this link about the sculpture. I can’t … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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Spain reading: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Hola! The Kitten is back from vacation, with much to report. We begin with the novel I read on the trip, of course! The Shadow of the Wind is a fabulous read! Considering I got stricken for a day and … Continue reading

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