Stardust

Writings from my little corner of modern domesticity.

Monthly Archives: August, 2012

On Hiatus

I’ve come to the conclusion that, while I enjoy posting and am gathering a bit of a following beyond my friends and family, the blog and I are in need of a break. Not because of any strain, really, it’s just that we still don’t have the internet at home, and that makes posting with …

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Apartment Update: Kitchen

The two rooms which saw the most progress in this latest binge-cleaning were undoubtedly the kitchen and bathroom. Since I promised photos of my fridge earlier, I may as well show you the goods, starting with the kitchen, as an unfortunate accident with my camera has lead to a lack of photos for the bathroom. …

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Some Progress

Alas, I didn’t manage to quite accomplish my project, due to some unforeseen circumstances piling together in the last week, but on my latest day off I did manage to power-clean the kitchen, most of the bathroom, and a good deal of the main room, conquering boxes along the way. (I also measured the windows, …

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The Wheel Turns

The wheel in the sky keeps on turnin’ I don’t know where I’ll be tomorrow Wheel in the sky keeps on turnin’ -Journey, Wheel in the Sky Some upturns and some downturns here on this side of the blog. Ryan lost the primary, gathering at last count 38% of the vote in the district, which …

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I’ll Get You, My Pretty!

Alright, so some of you may remember me mentioning there’s a house I’m in love with…with mortgage payments comparable to our rent, just down the street a little ways. Well, the price on it has dropped by $5,000. It is now up for less than $65,000. If it can just stay for sale for 6 …

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It Could Always Be Worse

This is one of my mantras for life. Seriously- and I don’t mean it in a pessimistic sense. I’ve been through a lot in my short years- a lot of us have these days -and this has helped me cope and carry on. People tend to get annoyed when I say it, because it’s now …

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