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Syntactical drift  Posted on 07/14/2013
I’ve been a bit coy about my area of academic expertise on the blog up to now, but here is where I half-out myself: I am a person who used to study syntax. M and I thought we were pretty … Continue reading →
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Syntactical drift  Posted on 07/14/2013
I’ve been a bit coy about my area of academic expertise on the blog up to now, but here is where I half-out myself: I am a person who used to study syntax. M and I thought we were pretty … Continue reading →
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Porch culture  Posted on 06/28/2013
This post is dedicated to J, L and Z, our first and best guides through American culture, whose fine porch swing is pictured above.  There was a porch on the house where I grew up, in the north of England, … Continue reading...
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Porch culture  Posted on 06/28/2013
This post is dedicated to J, L and Z, our first and best guides through American culture, whose fine porch swing is pictured above.  There was a porch on the house where I grew up, in the north of England, … Continue reading...
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Cake  Posted on 06/20/2013
I’m feeling emotional today after saying our first goodbye. So this is by way of a consolatory post where I remind myself that all is not lost: we may be losing some friends, but we are returning to the land … Continue reading...
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Cake  Posted on 06/20/2013
I’m feeling emotional today after saying our first goodbye. So this is by way of a consolatory post where I remind myself that all is not lost: we may be losing some friends, but we are returning to the land … Continue reading...
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Log cabins  Posted on 06/07/2013
With a few months left in America, we started in April to tick off (or check off, as people here say) some trips that we felt sure were essential to a full American experience. First up: the log cabin. To … Continue reading →
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Log cabins  Posted on 06/07/2013
With a few months left in America, we started in April to tick off (or check off, as people here say) some trips that we felt sure were essential to a full American experience. First up: the log cabin. To … Continue reading →
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Repatriation  Posted on 05/31/2013
It’s coming. Our time in America is almost over. I’ve booked our flights, I’ve got a job starting in September, and I even have a man coming to give me a quote for moving our personal effects (I love how … Continue...
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Repatriation  Posted on 05/31/2013
It’s coming. Our time in America is almost over. I’ve booked our flights, I’ve got a job starting in September, and I even have a man coming to give me a quote for moving our personal effects (I love how … Continue...
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  • richrichie
    richrichie 24 May 2014 22:48:05

    I love Chicago. Winters can be a bit hush .

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