Monthly Archives: September 2011

DC Blogs Noted

Loss hits all of us differently. Sassy Marmalade, in worrying about her cat, wonders what healing means for both him and herself. Fall is a mixed bag for me. It’s more comfortable outside, sure, and I get to wear tall boots, but that also means that it’s nearly winter. I am way more inclined to […]

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It is a virtual law of argument that if your premise is judging a book by its cover (or movie by its trailer) said argument has less merit. The Snarkshelf, however, bucks that point of conversational stare decisis with a critique of the unseen movies What’s Your Number and I Don’t Know How She Does […]

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The National Book Festival was in town this weekend, and Juxtexposed got to check things out, and provided readers with a summary of the experience, and pictures of the event. Though I have none myself, I’ve seen what a difficult time parents can have keeping their children entertained. Musings from Me got a few ideas […]

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A five-year-old teaches I Wanna Sing Like Sarah “Sassy” Vaughn a few things about life. For example, that “her daddy takes his wedding ring off a lot when he leaves the house.” News Flash: Beer gifting is not an appropriate way to thank firemen from saving you and/or your house, according to DCist. My Third […]

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I am an only child, and I’m pretty glad I was. My dad sometimes tells me, though, that he wonders if I should have had siblings. As The Edited Life tells us, this is a common concern, and she considers the potential change in her oldest child. From Listen to Leon, a reflection on Troy […]

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Vulnerability is a prerequisite to pain and Velvet in Dupont learns that there is no vulnerability quite like going on a limb for a friend. The Angry Bureaucrat analyzes a rather frightening pie chart about what the average American eats in a year. On Thursday, the oldest living Red Cross blood donor is giving blood […]

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A new addition to our DC Blog’s family was forwarded to me today, and after reading a few of District of Colombian ‘s posts, I can see that he, like me, is a student of life. His latest post is one that questions the delicate threads in our relationships, both with people he knows and […]

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Doing the District, a new blog brought to you by “The Gamma Girls” (some of whom are regulars to DC Blogs that you may recognize), chimes in on the best places in the city to grab a first date drink. In way-ahead-of-the-game fashion, Bunny Cakes shows off some cute, DIY Halloween treat containers. Where The […]

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Let’s start off with something fun, shall we? Courtesy of Nail Nerd, here are Tetris nails. As DC becomes more and more bike-friendly, it’s important to be prepared no matter what. Thanks to broadsofthebeltway, here’s a girly girl’s guide to bike commuting. One of the many side effects of divorce is the passing of your […]