Monthly Archives: November 2011

DC Blogs Noted

Somehow, someway Lemon Gloria plumbs the confluence of Target, Justin Beiber, and Nail Polish and comes away with something pithy and brilliantly funny. Lemmonex considers the impact her sizable online footprint has on her dating life. -the fooler initiative- wrote “twitter sextiquette and the hermeneutics of [her] clitoris… or ‘ain’t nuthin’ to it but to […]

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DCers are passionate about many things, not least of which is our hockey team, the Capitals, or as we lovingly call them, The Caps. On Frozen Blog captures a snap of Dale Hunter, our teams new head captain. Some people have said all good things must come to an end, and I myself have always […]

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Toddler Planet writes: This is right, no matter how good or bad I feel, and I push myself to have these good times this week for them, for me, for family. I push myself past the pain and into the love, as long as I can, and when I can push no longer I rest, […]

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Thanksgiving is just days away, and I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. Many DCers are getting into the spirit of things by sharing their holiday plans and recipes with readers: Hungry Sam the Conqueror has Thanksgiving all wrapped up. Sam also has a recipe for Herb Roasted Turkey that brings a twist […]

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So much for the Zombie Safeway in Wheaton. It’s descruction and future in photos at Good eatin’ in Wheaton. For the Unintended Housewife, a transplant from California, the colorful autumn leaves are a new thing that offer decoration possibilities. Try not to ride Metro on the weekend. Lessons learned from Jason’s View from DC Grandpa […]

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Photographers are let loose in Dupont Underground and return with photos of this interesting and promising urban space. Lucent Moments. The Unpopular Girl in Womanhood writes: Yesterday, after utilizing their services for one year, I finally closed my eHarmony account. A report from the Instant DC show, which all about mobile photography. It actually sounds […]

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Chelsea Talks’ latest post offers some very raw and honest reflections about her past relationship.  Her insight and ability to draw the reader in and get the reader to relate is incredible.  Great post that is a must-read for anyone who is struggling to realize what they are worth after a break-up. And now lets […]

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The Edited Life offers an inside look at a live training exercise for a SWAT Team. What it’s like to be a hostage. At the intersection of aging vanity and the speed of children growing up lies the latest post from Parenting by Dummies. Feast after Famine didn’t make it through National Novel Writing Month… […]

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Dating is hard enough with the right person. Save yourself a little trouble and check out the tips Pamela’s Punch has for determining if maybe you’re with the wrong person. Bullying has become a bigger problem now than ever, and TC the Terrible doesn’t like the way schools are handling the issue, and has their […]

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What does it mean to reinvent yourself? The writer of The Good Eye Project, writes about returning to Texas. Her post beings: I sat hunched over in a plastic chair in JFK airport, balling my eyes out. I was leaving DC and moving back home to Texas. I was happy to be going back. It’s […]