Monthly Archives: June 2012

A Close Shave

After my cow adventure, you might be thinking that this title is a metaphor. It’s not. Yesterday I had my first ever shave using a classic safety razor. Even when I lived in the US, the price of razor cartridges … Continue reading

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A Walk In Kutaisi

Today I took a walk in my new hometown of Kutaisi. I wanted to get to know my neighborhood – especially the things within walking distance – and I find walking is generally the best way to do this. Oh, … Continue reading

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Married!

Did you know that getting a marriage certificate is actually free in Georgia? Now you know. As it turns out, there are various different services available, at various locations, at various costs – you can have a ceremony on Mtatsminda, … Continue reading

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A Spring Of Transitions

Spring is a time for changes. A time for rebirth and other tired metaphors. A time for cleaning. I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been working on other projects. I started a blog against militarism. I started a tumblr … Continue reading

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