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365, 8: day 157

Santa Monica After I worked a little later than I meant to, I thought maybe I didn’t have time for my planned run, but I channeled Gretchen Rubin, who I would be going to see speak later, and squeezed in … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 340

Santa Monica Work was awful today but I saw Gretchen Rubin tonight! Which was as amazing as I could have expected. It was wonderful. Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Year Five

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365, 6: day 256

Los Angeles A friend of mine was on a panel! She was great, the panel itself was sort of interesting and sort of infuriating, and I had several glasses of rosé and no dinner, which is not a great combo. … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 191

Los Angeles We saw Margaret Atwood at the LA Festival of Books (again!)! And then all the handmaids! Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Year Five

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365, 5: day 180

Los Angeles I saw Mark Danielewski, John McWorter, and Howard Rodman speak at LAPL tonight, about language and words and meaning, and it was so smart and interesting and wonderful and totally invigorating. Year One Year Two Year Three Year … Continue reading

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365, 5: day 7

Los Angeles A friend of ours just published a book, and he had a reading from it tonight. We went, only to find his brother, a good friend I haven’t seen in way too long, in from out of town! … Continue reading

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365, 4: day 323

Los Angeles I saw Junot Diaz speak tonight, off the standby list, and he was phenomenal. He is one of my very favorite contemporary authors and it was awesome. (I was up suuuuuper high, though, so my photos are terrible … Continue reading

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