Monthly Archives: December 2017

Happy Holidays + 2018 Reading Challenge


Whatever you celebrate, I hope that you had a wonderful and peaceful holiday, and that you got lots of socks for gifts. Today I was thinking about structure and how it can be both limiting and, somehow, liberating. A conversation … Continue reading

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The Promised Follow-Up Post


I recently wrote about the now-notorious seven “banned” terms at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reportedly handed down by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). After asking, “Is this real life?”, I stated, “I’ll stay … Continue reading

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The Sencer Museum Has Been Censored


Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a museum? It’s located in Atlanta, it’s called the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, and admission is free. This weekend I decided to spend some time exploring … Continue reading

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Gone but Not Forgotten at Fort Totten


I mostly think of Fort Totten as a transfer point, where I have spent a not insignificant portion of my life riding the escalators up or down two levels and waiting for a Red Line or Green Line train. The … Continue reading

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