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I read because I must. It's like breathing to me. And I love talking about books. But I'm also an Arsenal fan, a wine drinker, a music lover and weirdly obsessed with pop culture. I mostly blog about books, but sometimes about things I'm thinking or doing. When I'm not on the blog, I'm scoping deals for a professional services company, hanging out with friends, or seeing some live theater.

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Thinking Category

Posted on 28 Apr 2010 In: Thinking

Thursday Night, That Mexican Restaurant by the Kroger

I’m sorry if that title sounds flippant. I truly don’t know the name of the restaurant, and as we planned for that dinner, it was known as this, or as “that place we went on the 3-Day.”  It is a true matter of knowing a location and not a name.This third GNO from last week […]

Posted on 27 Apr 2010 In: Thinking

Wednesday Night- Twisted Taco

This was originally the next post. And then it wasn’t.  But then L told me she wants another GNO before she’s introduced to the blogosphere, so we’re back to last Wednesday at the Twisted Taco. Which makes me realize there was another theme to last week- Taco Mac, Twisted Taco, and the Mexican place by […]

Posted on 25 Apr 2010 In: Thinking

Tuesday at Taco Mac- The Impromptu GNO

A and I used to be roommates.  She’s married now, and lives near my office.  Tuesday afternoon she IM’d me to ask if I could meet for dinner. Her husband was out of town, and she and the baby were feeling a bit cooped up. I typically love an impromptu dinner out, so of course […]

Posted on 24 Apr 2010 In: Thinking

The Many Varieties of a Girls Night Out

In my twenties, GNOs were all about going out to some bar, dancing, drinking, and flirting, and having a good time.  In my thirties, they’ve taken on more significance. There’s still the nights we plan so we can blow off steam. No husbands or boyfriends, no kids.  Dressing in something cute, blocking the night on […]

Posted on 24 Apr 2010 In: Thinking

Girls Night Out

I had three different Girls Night’s this week, with seven different girl friends.   A random comment at Thursday’s “Mexican and Margaritas night” made me think about this. I’m more different than alike with many of the friends I met for dinner this week, yet there’s something unique to each relationship.  I get something out […]

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