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Posted by Cyn | Posted in NaBloPoMo | Posted on 16-03-2012

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Plinky asked, “If you had to live in a large city for a year, which would you pick? What if you had to pick a big city in anoth­er coun­try?”

Toron­to Sky­line

I’d be hap­py to go live in Seat­tle or Boston for a year or maybe more, and even hap­pi­er to try Toron­to. San Fran­cis­co is on the list of places I’d like to try, too. All of the above have bet­ter tran­sit sys­tems than Atlanta as well as being in more lib­er­al envi­ron­ments. The fact that there are oth­er fea­tures to each city that make it incred­i­bly attrac­tive is great, too.

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Boo Sickness! Recipe, Word Geeking, Reviews

Posted by Cyn | Posted in Reading, Writing | Posted on 15-02-2008

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This not-flu or what­ev­er is exceed­ing­ly tire­some. I should think it would be enough to live with the day to day stuff, let alone put up with this. Then again, nobody has ever claimed in my hear­ing that the world is fair.

MélusineI haven’t suc­ceed­ed in hold­ing any thoughts in my head long, so you’re in for ran­dom­ness again this entry.

I have no idea why the main arti­cle was linked from ZDNet, but doesn’t this ched­dar and apple sand­wich seem yum­my? I won­der how it would be with ham? I used to have a real­ly good recipe for a sausage and apples dish, but I know I haven’t cooked it in the last decade. Maybe I could dig it out of my ancient recipe box? There are few ways to go wrong with cooked apples, as far as I can tell.