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Oren Miller
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Trying out the circle thing
Trying out the circle thing

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My Wife Wrote a Guest Post (Spoiler Alert: She Loves Me Too)
Ever since Oren started blogging he has asked me to write a guest post. I would be venting or kvelling about one thing or another and he always, under his breath, encouraged me to post about it. I, on the other hand, had tons of excuses. I’m not the best wr...

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Chemo Talk
And there you have it, the new normal of chemo. The first day after the first treatment, I was awake for about an hour throughout the day. It's not my favorite way of spending a day, and it has nothing to do with "quality of life," which is at least half th...

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Fall
I prefer it when things go according to plan, to be honest. Although I had written two blog posts about embracing mortality, there was always a plan: The Tarceva--the chemo pill I've been taking since June--would work for, let's say, 5 years, before my misg...

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November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

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Souvlaki -- A Review in the Baltimore Sun
It's already been a few months since Souvlaki has been added to the impressive lineup of Hampden restaurants. Here's what the Baltimore Sun says about the place: Souvlaki's great food and enthusiastic, passionate ownership are sure to keep the tiny Hampden ...

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My latest post, about breathing.

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Spoiler Alert: We made it to the beach!

Here's the latest blog post, in case you haven't read it, with updates about life under a dark cloud (that may not be so dark). http://www.bloggerfather.com/2014/09/zen-and-art-of-simply-breathing.html.
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Zen and the Art of Simply Breathing
Breathe in, breathe out. Not so difficult, is it? Still around, folks. Here's a joke. I heard it in a too-hot stand-up tent on the last day of the Phoenix Festival in England, in 1996, and it stuck. I'll paraphrase: I'm watching the news, and this guy comes...

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Review of Little Pim: Foreign Language Learning for Kids
My mom was born in France, which makes me French, which makes my kids French. Unfortunately, I don't speak French and neither do my kids. I was born in Israel, and now I live in Baltimore, so saying I'm French is more of an interesting thing to say in cockt...
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