Minnesota Nice, feeling short, weather, and a few other gripes.
I’m not especially homesick for Minneapolis, but there are things that I was sad to leave behind.
Sometimes the real world crumbles and falls apart, and we need the virtual world to help us keep our shit together.
Mark your calendars, denizens of the Twin Cities.
It’s no wonder I never go out anymore: All the places worth going to are closing down.
Once you’ve lived somewhere long enough, you get used to certain irritating regional habits, and eventually forget that really, they’re just not healthy.
When the rain started hardening a couple of nights ago, I didn’t think it would stick.
Other than a few pre-recorded messages from the Mayor on my answering machine, Election Day 2005 came and went pretty quietly in Minneapolis.
I should be grateful to live in a city where you can’t throw a rock without knocking over a stack of paper cup-warmers.
One day there was a public transit system, the next day, there wasn’t.