August 15, 2012
I was at the Altamont Fairgrounds yesterday for work and went rogue for a few minutes between responsibilities. Tonight, we grilled. Giraffes, burgers and milkshakes – just a few shots from the week.
July 24, 2012
A few weeks ago, I got home from work on a Friday night to a boyfriend waiting on my porch, and with him, a brand new herb garden for my apartment. Yes, How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days fans… It’s like the super love fern and I’m terrified to kill it. Because I’m […]
June 30, 2012
Life has been busy. Work has been busy. I spent an entire night at the mall last night feeling generally miserable about all dressing room outcomes across the various stores and then just went 11-for-14 at 8:45a.m. today at Target. Who knew? Anyone who knows me knows I hate breaking the rules for fear of […]
June 21, 2012
While Ryan was cooking dinner the other night, I looked over and saw him taking photos to document the process himself. I’m so proud. Guest post #2. Recipe time. hominahominahominahomina…. It’s important to begin every cooking excursion with a nice meditative mantra. I yell that at the top of my lungs… oh, 20, 30 times […]
May 6, 2012
When I was backpacking Europe, the best stories weren’t always about the whole day or the city I was in, the something new I saw. Sometimes the best parts were five or fifteen minutes long – the minutes you’d remember from that day. The conversations.
May 3, 2012
Because those Ten Things You Weren’t Told at Graduation lists usually bum you out with lines like: Nobody told you you were destined to be broke, broken out and out of work. So here is my list of ten instead.
April 28, 2012
“Hello! My name is Flat Stanley and I come from a 3rd grade class in CA. We read a story about me – It’s a story about how I am accidentally flattened when my bulletin board falls on me while I’m sleeping. It sounds like a tragedy, but I make the most of this dilemma. […]
March 2, 2012
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! The first book I ever read was Dr. Seuss’ “ABC.” Twenty-two years later, my dream is to write children’s books. They rhyme, they make me happy and I want to make kids smile. Is there a better feeling? Sure, this isn’t the typical way you write and share a children’s book, […]
January 6, 2012
I was inside dealing with this. It’s the 50% of clothes in California. All the work clothes are in NY. Remember when I lived out of a backpack? Getting back to that. Anyway, Mom was upstairs folding laundry. Ella was watering the plants with what we assumed was her little pink bucket. We decide to […]