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Book Club of One: Alison Wolf’s “XX Factor”

Moving to a new place and working from home, my social life isn’t exactly on fire these days.  So I’ve formed a book club of one. And, like most non-virtual book clubs, it mostly involves sitting around and drinking wine after my kids go to bed.  Want to join?  OK, you’re in.  This month’s book is The XX Factor: How the Rise of Working Women Has Created a Far Less Equal World.  Haven’t read it?  No worries, we can talk about it anyway.  And then drink.

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Posted by Debra Pickett on 11/21 at 09:24 PM

Call Me Crazy (Or, Actually, Don’t)

Killing my entire family never seems like a really good idea, but, there is generally about one day a month when mass murder does start to seem like a viable alternative to folding everyone’s laundry. Again.

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Posted by Debra Pickett on 11/15 at 11:56 AM

Now That I Think About It: Moments of Grace Are Always Weird, Aren’t They?

This is an update to a previous post, A Weird Little Moment of Grace.  Because my blog just wouldn’t be a very thorough record of things if it didn’t include an utterly cynical revision of any past work that might once have implied some sort of divine intervention.

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Posted by Debra Pickett on 11/07 at 04:32 PM