Tag Archives: Harrisonville

Montaigne in a Small Town

I accidentally left my much beloved cheap translation of Montaigne’s Essays on top of a Redbox that I was holding Sylvie up to so she could make her own selection (as she insists). The book nowhere had my name in it, … Continue reading

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The View From My Window

As of this morning, my street is undergoing a major renovation – new road, new underground utilities infrastructure, new drainage, new curbs and sidewalks – in a project estimated by the contractor hired by the City of Harrisonville to be completed in December. … Continue reading

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The View From My (Kitchen) Window

Blogger extraordinaire, Andrew Sullivan, over at The Atlantic posted the view from my window as part of his running posts of views from his readers’ windows.  The photo above is one of my wife standing in front of the same … Continue reading

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The View from My (Office) Window: A Thanksgiving Reflection

I am at work today on the Friday after Thanksgiving.  I was feeling bored and slightly annoyed to be here.  Until I read this article and began to feel like an ungrateful schmuck – and on the day after Thanksgiving!  So … Continue reading

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