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Archive: October

Moleskine Sightings

October 16, 2007

Damien O’Farrel Originally uploaded by daleyhake[.com] The first, in this amazing shot of my friend Damien, pinched from Daley Hake‘s […] [continue…]

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The Birds

October 15, 2007

For many months, The Girlie has used the piece of baby sign-language for ‘bird’ (it looks like you’re pinching salt […] [continue…]

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from this morning’s gathering (physics gaffe duly noted) we’re trained toward economyhoarding, scrimping, saving but we’ve hear rumorsthat there’s another […] [continue…]

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HT: Common Table

October 12, 2007

It was deliciously indulgent to be a thousand miles from home, soaking up major props from good friends (who are […] [continue…]

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Our return flight from New Mexico included a short stop in Chicago, where quite a few people were shuffling through […] [continue…]

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Moleskine: Day 1

October 11, 2007

It hums in my pocketpulsing creative energybeckoning me to slow down, stop, drink coffeeand make an impression The six-language introductionflatters […] [continue…]

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Blank Book Lust

October 10, 2007

The newest acquisition that will simplify my life is a back-pocket-sized journal called a Moleskine. All of the cool kids […] [continue…]

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October 9, 2007

Photos by my girls.

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Point Illustrated

October 8, 2007

A new friend, capturing relationships with pixels.

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The Gathering

After four years, I think I’m finally beginning to understand the genius of the Fall Gathering at Glorieta: it is […] [continue…]

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My body suspended In 109 degrees of iron waterSteam curling up around my eyesCold air bites my face Ears submergedListening […] [continue…]

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New Year

October 1, 2007

In a couple of hours, we’ll be heading to the airport for our annual pilgrimage to friends and fellowship at […] [continue…]

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I met five men from Sudan today– men who were boys when they were forced away from their families and […] [continue…]

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