Browsing All posts tagged under »neighborhood«

Hybrid Wolf/Coyotes and Urinating Democrats

November 12, 2012

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Since the beginning of time, it  has been necessary for people in communities to disseminate information to each other for their mutual benefit (“I saw a mastodon in my backyard last night.”  “That lady in the cottage three doors down is acting like a witch. Should I kill her?” “Does anyone have an extra chastity belt […]

Don’t Fence Me In!

September 25, 2010

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I live in an urban area.  My house is close enough to its side neighbors to be sexually active with them, if houses were so inclined.  I’ve already written about my vegetable garden that was accessible only by trekking across the neighbor’s property.  My backyard is average-size, with a charming designed-by-me two-level flagstone patio and a […]

Don't Fence Me In!

September 25, 2010

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I live in an urban area.  My house is close enough to its side neighbors to be sexually active with them, if houses were so inclined.  I’ve already written about my vegetable garden that was accessible only by trekking across the neighbor’s property.  My backyard is average-size, with a charming designed-by-me two-level flagstone patio and a […]

Raising A Family On Bibimbap and Corrective Shoes

August 12, 2010

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In 1977, Then Husband and LBL moved to a neighborhood called Lyon Village, putting them within a couple blocks of Clarendon, the commercial area that bordered the neighborhood.  Clarendon was a pretty exciting place back then, if you enjoyed looking at the site of a vacant 5 and 10 cent store, or if you needed […]