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Cannes film festival allowed for an interesting interview with Julianne Moore where she mused on the characters she has played and how no one is truly ordinary. Reading that quote reminded me of a conversation with a friend who is my father’s age and a rather memorable character. In fact with his white upturned mustache, […]

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I have a confession to make; among the excitement of publishing my first Digital magazine, I have been nursing an injured left foot and lower left arm thanks to a small adventurous spirit where I tried bouldering or free climbing for the first time. I wasn’t aware what I was getting myself in for when I arrived […]

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Chocolate pudding is one of those simple, buy-in-the-store kind of things. It comes in plastic and when you scoop it out it tastes like chocolate milk that’s been thickened. It’s an easy snack and something that I was only introduced to at eight years old on my first trip overseas. It involved twenty seven hours […]

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There are meals we have all eaten that know no physical boundaries. Wanting Mexican while traveling through Germany, craving your mothers cooking when she’s a million miles away. Dishes served with a side of heavy memory are always comforting, there’s nothing unusual about those dishes, they always carry a weight of knowing what that first, […]

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