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Ah, the coffee high

From that first sip, my world felt full of possibility.

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Dog Radar

Today, there weren’t any signs: it was a relaxed time in the forest.

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We both tried to tell each other bad news, though we couldn’t quite say it

Neither of us had heard enough details to make anything significant out of the news and didn’t know what to say.

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Getting the re-wiring done

Just sheer, dumb luck had seen us through the summer storms and the monsoon’s power fluctuations without a major disaster.

He waxed on about politics and the latest This American Life episode

I nodded, although at points I was barely listening.

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After the Ikea it gets interesting

I took some notes on the buildings I passed: Grass, birds, and rabbits painted onto the side of a daycare. I can get behind that.

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This was no park kickaround

If the ball needs to be kicked in, it’s whacked.

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We rose into a five o’clock night

I took a picture and captioned it, “This is what transnational loneliness looks like.”

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“I will never do this again,” she said, hours before the party even started

Sixty bottles of wine, two-hundred cans of beer, ten russian salads, five platters of Manchego cheese, twelve bags of crackers, three bags of chips, fifteen bowls of hummus, three plates of fried peppers, three cakes, two coffee thermoses, fifty wine glasses...