Sans le Nom: Cookery, Rhetoric, and Other Forms of Pandering

"Now I call this sort of thing pandering, and I declare that it is dishonorable."Plato

"When a name comes, it immediately says more than the name." —Derrida

March 27, 2009:  Love & Marriage

Conversation between me and my husband this afternoon...

Hubs:  I'm affixing your shoe tree to the closet door.

Me:  Why?  Maybe I don't want it affixed.

Hubs:  Because it keeps the door open.

Me: Does that disturb you at night?

Hubs:  It drives me crazy.

Me:  Are you afraid monsters are going to crawl out of my boots?

Hubs:  I think one already has.

Me:  Jerk.

Great comeback.

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I teach; cook; write; hike; read; dally; canoe; eat; write; rock 'n roll; eat some more; tumble and fall; dawdle; complain; bento; write; organize; watch movies; ignore e-mail;  renovate; write; curse computers; brew my tea dark and bitter; herd cats; live in Arkansas; Plato, Derrida, and rhetoric (yes, those are verbs); remain overly cautious; persuade; imbibe; GTD; and oh, yeah, I write a little. 

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