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Monthly Archive for November, 2012

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If you have been my constant couch chatmate for some time you have probably realized by now that I love power interruptions (especially ones occurring during rainy days), if only to get away from all the buzz of technology, and to gain precious time talking to my family about anything (or nothing). Power interruptions are […]

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What’s all this fuss about vampires nowadays?  Count Dracula has been the most famous vampire for more than a century now, since he was introduced by Bram Stoker in his 1897 novel.  In the ‘90s, pop culture was again fascinated by Anne Rice’s vampire novels: Queen of the Damned, Lestat, and of course the famous […]

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Over the recent long weekend, on All Saints’ Day to be exact, I had the privilege to read yet another amazing novel from Mitch Albom, whom I consider to be a writing genius of this generation.  I find his books really inspiring, somewhat sad, but in all ways enlightening.  If I were to list my […]

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  It’s confirmed.  It was not just a sudden surge in my blood pressure brought about by some stressful situation, which normally could be addressed by a trip to the spa.  It is something that has built up over the years, with all that bad diet and sedentary lifestyle, and well, genetic makeup.  I could […]

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