Tag Archives: seasons

Get your latte off my late summer.

Somehow, everyone the Internet over started thinking that September constitutes fall. Personally, I blame Starbucks and that infernal Pumpkin Spice Latte. They roll it out September 1st, when most of us are still too sweaty to even consider wrapping our … Continue reading

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Loving winter.

Let’s get the obvious out of the way: it’s cold outside. DC plunged into the single digits this week, and I know that the rest of the country had far worse.  Now, I realize that this is record breaking cold, … Continue reading

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November.

If you were around the Internet much last month, you were probably slammed with October love. Everyone was loving on not just fall as a season, but October as the embodiment of that season. Everyone suddenly started quoting Anne of Green … Continue reading

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The things that are ours to do.

If a weekend could encapsulate all that is good about fall, it would be this past weekend. We spent lots of time with friends, and the chilly fall weather meant that we sat inside around the table longer than necessary, … Continue reading

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Some France for your Friday

Today our office is hosting an open house for other TAs and grad students, which is basically an excuse for us to have a crêpe bar instead of office hours or tutoring. Obviously, this is awesome, and totally the biggest … Continue reading

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Augustober

Sometimes you have one of those wild warm weekends where Summer decides that she can’t go away just yet and she fights away still-weak autumn to reign once more over your day. They leaves are still changing colors, they days … Continue reading

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The Last Picnic.

This weekend was the first official one of fall and I breathed a quiet sigh of relief in looking at the weather and seeing that it looks like summer is going to bow out gracefully this year. But obviously, there are … Continue reading

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