… in inverse relation to how much they got read. In other words, for some reason, you missed these and you shouldn’t have. Now is your chance to catch up. There’s only two.
Continue reading The Best of Quiche: The posts I liked the most
When I was a kid, everyone in my neighborhood was divided into categories along three dimensions. There were color differences (light vs. dark hair and skin), there was the Catholic vs. Protestant divide, and there was the binary distinction of whether or not your dad served in World War II. In fourth grade and again in seventh, I attended a new school and each time encountered a greater diversity of kids and teachers and learned about new kinds of people. At the same time, I would often visit my father at work, and during the summer he and I would have breakfast downtown at the Dewitt Clinton. Then we’d go our separate ways to our respective jobs (he had a real job…I had one of those urban make-work jobs designed to get the kids off the streets), and in these contexts, I met some adults that were different from the ones in my neighborhood.
You know I’m reviewing my QM blogging. Time for some rants.
Continue reading The Best of Quiche: Political Rants
In the continuing series
recycling highlighting selected posts from the Quiche Moraine Blog, may I recommend a bite to eat ….
Continue reading The Best of Quiche: Now for a little fine dining.