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Home pleasures

The simple pleasures of home are sharper after months mostly on the road: making caffè latte in my own kitchen… biking down to Soho to see Gil Athoraya again… curling on the sofa with Miki to watch a movie… even the familiar action of my HP keyboard is a comfort.

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