Category Archives: autobiographical photo montages

Exhausted

I just got home from the last day of my four-day writing workshop, and this time I don’t even have any bookstore photos or vague generalizations about my native city to share with you. I am spent – in a … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day from PfP

Those of you who know us in “real life,” or even via Facebook, know that Bethany got some bad news about her wonderful kitty, Emma, today.  Don’t worry, Emma is okay, but she may need surgery.  Needless to say, Bethany … Continue reading

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Happy birthday, Bethany!!

Here we are in line for possibly It’s a Small World at Disneyland in June, 1993, a mere months away from the beginning of our senior year of high school and the beginning of AP English.  We went with our … Continue reading

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Thirty Years Ago Today (by Bethany)

Life was rough back in 1984, what with Big Brother and all. Not to mention those drapes.

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Finished!

I finished The Portrait of a Lady a few days ago and would really love to be working on my final post. But, you see, my cat Maxwell is busy using it as a pillow. So I can’t because we … Continue reading

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January 16th, 1994

Here’s a picture of Bethany and me, celebrating her eighteenth birthday the way we celebrated a lot of birthdays in the early nineties: at Mel’s on Geary Boulevard in San Francisco. Happy birthday, my dear friend and co-blogger! Hopefully no … Continue reading

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Beyond This Point There Be Starbucks: A Visit to my College Town, Part II (by Bethany)

A couple of months ago I went to visit my college for reasons that had everything to do with this blog. My plan was to visit the English department library – a place that I associate with peace and stateliness … Continue reading

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