Monthly Archives: June 2011

On Love and Afterlove. Story 9.

I got into an airplane, crossed the Atlantic Ocean and thought it was over. As if the act of leaving could end the misery and marriage. It wasn’t over yet. Soon after I recovered from the jet lag I discovered … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice!

The world’s best lighting designer has lit up the set for the party. This is the time of light and fun. But you aren’t in the mood. You are stressed out, you lost something, you need quiet time for self … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Story 8.

Depression has sneaky ways about her (yes, depression as a noun has female gender in Latvian and in Russian). She tries to adopt you as if you were an orphaned child and she was a caring mother: – Oh, my … Continue reading

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Animated Art of Cooking: Fun with Oatmeal.

One of the main characters in “On Love and Afterlove. Story 6” was oatmeal. The question remains how to cook it: in MILK or in WATER. To resolve this matter once and for all I am going to tell you … Continue reading

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