Tag Archives: my sister Bethie

Chana Masala

It’s really all Sanchaita’s fault. When I was visiting my sister Bethie, her friend Sanchaita invited us to dinner. She cooked the most amazing chickpea curry — as part of a feast of other amazing dishes, I should add — … Continue reading

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Visiting Bethie

At Wesleyan, visiting my sister’s lab.

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New Jeans Day

Yesterday I found the greatest pair of jeans on the irregulars rack. I guess this means I have an irregular figure because they fit absolutely perfectly. And they were $10! This is actually not the first time I found perfectly … Continue reading

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Ending A Phonecall with My Sister

“I have to go now, Meggie, my plasmas are solidifying.” –Beth

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Germaine Quote

…last week, I accidentally called your mom at like midnight…thinking I was calling Beth’s CELL PHONE, but I was calling the house, LOL. I apologized to your mom, and she was like, “That’s okay, Germaine. I thought you were Megan … Continue reading

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My Sister The Pirate (Again)

My sister Bethie wrote on her own journal about shipboard customs, one of which warms my classicist heart: On another unrelated note, whenever we had all hand get togethers where we were toasting anything, we would toast, then pour one … Continue reading

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My Sister The Pirate

My sister Bethie just returned from three months of sailing the high seas, so naturally when I got to talk to her tonight, I asked her all about her pirate life. “Did you call your friends, ‘me hearties’? Do you … Continue reading

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Meg and Beth on the Great Wall

This is my sister Bethie and me on the Great Wall of China. At the Great Wall, Stick and I did a impromptu skit. I talked a vendor halfway down and then said “I really want it, but my husband … Continue reading

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Cultural Literacy

The other day, I said something and Stick asked “Who’s Edward Hopper?” “Chop suey? Dark paintings cropped funny?” I tried to tell him, leaving out the bit about my sister Bethie jumping up and down in front of the calender, … Continue reading

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