Tag Archives: the glorious 30s

How I spent 2011 by S.C., part 2

Here is the non-book edition of this post, since I guess I also did some other things in 2011.   It was a bigger year than usual for me, so I thought I would reflect on some high and low … Continue reading

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I was a pre-teen nothing.

“Wise and silent.” — M83, Graveyard Girl. The first cosmetic item I ever selected and purchased on my own, for actual use in social dealings, was a deep wine, nearly rouge-noir lipstick from the Larchmont Beauty Store, possibly made by … Continue reading

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just looking at you with my white crook’s eyes

“Attractive women of nineteen and of twenty-nine are alike in their breezy confidence; on the contrary, the exigent womb of the twenties does not pull the outside world centripetally around itself.  The former are ages of insolence, comparable the one … Continue reading

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