January 28, 2007

two feet forward, two feet back

It's not that I haven't been being productive, as Daffy Duck says; goodneth knowth it ithn't that. It's just that most of my projects right now are either longterm or offline or so dull it doesn't seem worth mentioning them here. And some of them are irreproducible--since Sterling's not at an age where he does terribly well at restaurants, I'm cooking at home more than ever. Last night I made a brown basmati rice pilaf with caramelized onions and shredded turnip greens, mustard greens and spinach, plus a thing with cauliflower and chickpeas and tomatoes and a bunch of spices (note to self: chuck the several-years-old super-cheap ground coriander whose preservatives it's possible to smell). Also, for instance, a friend of mine asked me to revive a long-dormant project and write a dirty limerick for her. But I haven't posted it, since I haven't heard a peep from her since I sent it to her...

Also: lots of reading to a small boy who really likes letters and numbers, lots of time living in a communal fantasy world about a fifth the size of my actual city.

Posted by Douglas at January 28, 2007 10:22 AM | TrackBack

You know, I wrote a piece for the Boston Globe on how to eat out with toddlers last July - or, rather, how to eat out with toddlers in Boston. Um, if you come back here, it'll be useful.


Posted by: megmuck on January 28, 2007 12:03 PM

Wow. Those are the best limericks I have ever read. As a library science grad student I especially appreciate the first one. Too bad Dewey is all but dead!

Posted by: Lizzie on February 3, 2007 10:36 AM
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