Site Owner: Miriam
Site Name: Fauxklore
Site URL: fauxklore.dreamwidth.org
Articles Posted: 32
Bio: Storyteller, traveler, craftswoman, space geek

Posted Entries:

New Yearís Dream Posted on Jan 1, 10:01 am
It is a good thing I donít attach much psychological importance to dreams.


Fourth Quarter 2018 Movies Posted on Dec 31, 10:12 am
I saw only four movies this quarter, but they were all ones I liked.


More Productive, Indeed Posted on Dec 30, 8:12 pm
I made a lot of progress on an amigurumi project.


Trying to Catch Up Posted on Dec 29, 10:12 pm
I am trying to believe I will be more productive tomorrow.


52 Ancestors Week 52 - Resolution Posted on Dec 28, 1:12 pm
My major genealogy-related resolution has to do with organizing my files and research.


Tapas and B-ball Posted on Dec 27, 12:12 pm
I went out with a friend last night to see the Harlem Globetrotters.


Explaining Some Things About Government Money Posted on Dec 26, 12:12 pm
They want you to study international real estate finance, but you want to study underwater basket weaving.


Home! Posted on Dec 25, 8:12 pm
No more flights this calendar year!


Charlotte Amalie Posted on Dec 24, 7:12 pm
Infinite shopping opportunities, but I was more interested in architecture.


St John Posted on Dec 23, 7:12 pm
Best of all, the National Parj Visitor Center eas open.


To St. Thomas Posted on Dec 22, 7:12 pm
Anyway, I made it, in a complete state of exhaustion.


Vacation Foul-ups Posted on Dec 21, 2:12 pm
And then I got an email from Expedia that Seaborne had cancelled the flight.


Frustrations Posted on Dec 20, 3:12 pm
I guess I don't multi-task as well as I think I do.


52 Ancestors Week 51 - Nice Posted on Dec 19, 5:12 pm
According to one of my cousins, the other woman is somebody who my great-grandparents, Schachne and Chaya FAINSTEIN, took in when her parents were killed in an accident.


Holiday Partying With Dead Celebrities Posted on Dec 18, 4:12 pm
Julia Vinograd, known as the Bubble Lady, was a street poet in Berkeley.


Reading List Posted on Dec 17, 3:12 pm
Sartre was wrong. Hell is not other people. It is reading existentialist plays.


A Slughtly Less Pathetic Day Posted on Dec 16, 9:12 pm
I was really motivated by The NY Times puzzle supplement.


Low Achievement Posted on Dec 15, 7:12 pm
Because, you know, thereís nowhere to eat in midtown Manhattan.


52 Ancestors Week 50 - Naughty Posted on Dec 14, 12:12 pm
For one thing, he didnít have a visa. For another, he had stowed away on the ship from Havana.


Conference Posted on Dec 13, 8:12 pm
Also, this was the sort of thing which has a token talk by a congresscritter.


Metro Woes Posted on Dec 12, 7:12 pm
The metro was majorly screwed up - a cracked rail outside Foggy Bottom, leading to single tracking.


Mostly About Coffee Posted on Dec 11, 3:12 pm
As I always say, "think great, be great."


Chanukah Music Posted on Dec 10, 1:12 pm
I posted a song on facebook for each night of Chanukah. Hereís the full collection for you to listen to during the last few hours of the eighth day.


Legal DNA and Condo Complex Party Posted on Dec 9, 7:12 pm
I hadnít realized before that our neighbors are vultures.


Shoveling Out the Living Room Posted on Dec 8, 10:12 pm
Why do I have a bag-less vacuum?


At Least It's Friday Posted on Dec 7, 3:12 pm
It is 644 days until my intended retirement date. That assumes I donít strangle anyone in the meantime.


52 Ancestors Week 49 - Winter Posted on Dec 6, 4:12 pm
If only, say, Rose had been called Calico instead!


New Work Computer Posted on Dec 5, 1:12 pm
Immediately after everything got set up, we had a brief power outage. I like to think of that as the universe complaining about change for the sake of change, too.


Another Five Questions Posted on Dec 4, 2:12 pm
Feel free to ask me up to 5 questions and I will attempt to answer them.


Things I Had Meant to Write About Last Month Posted on Dec 3, 3:12 pm
I havenít verified that itís an owl. Itís possible that one of my neighbors has developed a disturbing vocal tic.)


Rabbit Holes Posted on Dec 2, 6:12 pm
I think that means I am not a true hoarder.


Holidailies Intro Posted on Dec 1, 6:12 pm
I believe that writing an intro post is traditional for the first day.


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