Archive for November, 2008

~chez kali~

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Nope, not the home of the Hindu goddess of death and destruction, just the new digs of Kim and Ali. You asked, we listened, so here are some pictures. After nine months in a single room studio, a two bedroom flat feels positively rambly. It’s a big two-bedroom by my standards and it’s heaven. It’s […]

~ice flowers of cloudland~

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Genius is an African who dreams up snow. ~Vladimir Nabokov I woke yesterday morning before the sun. My sleeping habits have been quite wonky since returning, so I can say only better to wake at five than be up until five, both of which have transpired this week. Perhaps it was the eerie silence of […]


Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Here are a few views from the Early Gothic Collégiale Church, that is both the focal point of town and the primary view from our apartment. It’s bells create the rhythm of time here–y favorite is the fifteen minutes they ring at 6pm (aka 18:00) Saturday, which to me marks the weeks true end. Shops […]

~epilogue: life sans accordion~

Sunday, November 9th, 2008

click on image to expand I’m not sure how to live now, without an accordion soundtrack. ~ Michelle Plochere, treasured friend, de facto maid of honor, dual coast wedding guest In our first week back in Neuchâtel I am struck by two things: I’m glad to be back, and I’m glad to be married. In […]

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