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May 18, 2011

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Amazing post. Yesterday I organized my spice rack - am I in the void?

Ah Bon? Epices?
Sounds like it's either un pen or une epee for you!
M.

this is beautiful. very inspiring.
along these lines, a favorite quote
from great movie Revolutionary Road:

"What have you got? What do you need?
What can you get along without?
That's inventory control."

Tu es incroyable! Vraiment. -- DL

Like Rilke, or King Lear, stripping down to "the bare forked animal" -- or maybe more like William Carlos Williams dancing naked in front of the mirror, grotesque and "lonely, lonely, best so," the self-described "happy genius of my household." -- DL

Une merveille du ménage, en effet!
On all points, absolument.
-M.

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