All Roads Lead To China Town
As we exited my building, Mack drove up in his cab.
“Is that for you?” Xifeng asked.
“It is,” I said.
Xifeng looked at me oddly and smiled. “My Uncle may be more accurate about you than I thought. Have your driver follow us, it isn't far and he should be able to remembe...Read more of this blog post »
I want to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving. And, to everyone who has to work today, I feel your pain. Just remember EVERY day is good day to be thankful for what the Lord has given you. Don’t wait for a holiday to tell you to spend time with family and show appreciation for your blessi...Read more of this blog post »
By Justin Edison
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In Justin Edison’s second novel, Persian-American soccer star Arman Hessabi wakes in chains in a house of enemies. Driven in part by an abusive older brother, the hero feels his life is complete with the glory, women...Read more of this blog post »
E agitaţie mare în viaţa mea în ultima vreme. Mă culc devreme şi mă scol şi mai devreme. Acum, de exemplu, e 4:23 dimineaţa şi sunt treaz ca un cuc. Dar mi s-au întâmplat o sumedenie de lucruri bune în ultima vreme.
Am fost la Bucureşti la Colegiul Psihologilor şi în vreo două-trei săptămâni ar tr...Read more of this blog post »
Last week, while waiting for a parking space in a Starbucks parking lot, I noticed a bumper sticker with the word “Namaste” on a sexy silver Mercedes. If unfamiliar, the word Namaste is a Hindu greeting, which has several interpretations in America. However, I will use the translation my former y...Read more of this blog post »
Your review was AMAZING. You’re the only person to comment on the fact that Hayden’s dead. I thought that was sad myself. She may have been Madison’s lackey, but she was young and could’ve been a sweet girl. And it’s shitty that Madison didn’t even notice a difference in her supposed“best friend....Read more of this blog post »
Mrs. Clark with family
Today we feature a “Ghost post” from John Clark and Kate Flora’s late mother, A. Carman Clark. Country living writer, journalist, newspaper editor, and, late in life, a mystery writer, Mrs. Clark always had a wry way of looking at tradition.
Sometimes I think an extra ques...Read more of this blog post »
Something remarkable happened on the way to the movies a few weeks ago: Rumen and I hopped in a cab with a driver named Aziz – who used to make his living selling pieces of the Berlin Wall, and who’s been driving a taxi for 16 years — on Frankfurter Allee in Friedrichshain.
Th...Read more of this blog post »
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