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Happy Fourth of July from Santa Barbara! WWII Re-Enactors on State Street [250th Victorian Chick Blog Too!]

Happy Fourth of July to Victorian Chick readers and friends! I’m in Santa Barbara after four days in LA. Dad–my favorite WWII veteran of course–was in the hospital again with light pneumonia exacerbated by extreme sleep deprivation but is feeling … Continue reading

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Pictures and Video of Emma, the Labrador Retriever Who Does Not Retrieve and Reflection on Fabricated Facebook Lives and the Freedoms of Victorian Chick

  It feels like summer. I’m in a green mermaid sheer maxi-dress I bought as a cover up for the Dominican Republic in the summer of 2010. I hadn’t been out of the country in 17 years and I had … Continue reading

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Gloomy Monday in Santa Barbara Brightened by Lunch at Fresco and Musings on the Literary-Critical Landscape of UCSB English in the 1990s (Another Victorian Chick Ars Critica)

  Gloomy gray days don’t bother me; I find them oddly comforting and generally energizing but not today. I am loving the Trader Joe’s mango Greek Yogurt, 5.5 ounces and 120 calories and will go for a big swim and … Continue reading

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Pouring through Books: Fun! Chaucer’s Books Post (George Eliot, Charlotte Bronte, J Hillis Miller, Wars between Deconstruction and Cultural Studies…)

I am having a surreal experience. I am at J’s with his son, 7.5, and his ex-stepson, nearly 13, whose 6th grade graduation party I attended a few weeks ago. I have never slept in a house with two kids, … Continue reading

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