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About nematomorph

Living like the rich and famous, splitting time between Hawaii and New York.

Testing

When I moved to NY, my mom got me a PO box in the town that I thought I was going to live in. I had asked her to just check it out. She wanted to be helpful and I … Continue reading

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The City

Have you heard that it is spring? I did too. People kept saying it. And while it is true that there is way more light in the day (no more sunsetting feelings at 3:30), it is still cold. It was … Continue reading

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Break

I realized today that the only things that I have been posting on Facebook lately are accounts of my awful running and digs against the current Administration. Today, I posted something about how the President’s son was telling Theresa May … Continue reading

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The End

When we were in the process of moving from Hawaii to NY, one of my biggest concerns was the living situation. The North Fork of Long Island is suffering through an affordable housing shortage (reminds me of where we came … Continue reading

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Stolen Yoga

When I first moved to NY, I started looking for things to do. My two very best friends live here as does my mom and my aunt. But my one friend and my mom live about twenty minutes east of … Continue reading

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Wet February

So I decided, after an alcohol infused December, that I should partake in dry January. The premise is basically that during January there is no alcohol consumption. There are a couple of reasons why I do this. One is that … Continue reading

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Great Skate

I am struggling with peeling my son off of his devices. It seems that his eyeballs are glued to a screen. He takes his phone into the bathroom and is on it now while waiting for the game on the … Continue reading

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