Monthly Archives: April 2012

And You Thought We Would Eventually Grow Up …

We headed home this weekend to participate in my sister’s singing event.  And by participate, I mean that we watched and she sang.  But sometimes sitting and watching is more stressful than singing.  I mean, it must be, because my mom … Continue reading

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When You Know Someone Is Judging You

I have a confession to make.  I’m a judger.  I don’t judge you when you make a mistake on stage, when you trip while walking in a straight line, when I meet your crazy family, when you accidentally snort while … Continue reading

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How to Survive the Nato Riots

I’m a child of Y2K.  Remember that?  The big scare that computers everywhere were going to shut down because they couldn’t figure out how to change a date?  I remember it being a huge let-down when the lights stayed on, … Continue reading

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It’s a bug, shaped like a rabbit, that’s actually a pig!

So, some of my favorite bloggers have Wordless Wednesdays.  They post pictures of their charming children, darling pets, favorite activities, etc.  Well, I don’t have any children, and my pet is more “special” than “pretty,” and my favorite activities are pretty … Continue reading

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Happy Dyngus Day!

I grew up in Indiana and my move to the big city required several adjustments.  Sure, I missed trees, grass, and birds (pigeons don’t count) but the two things stand out to me as the hardest ever.  First, I hate daylight savings … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why My Life is Like a Trashy Romance Novel

I have a confession.  I love reading trashy romance novels.  I managed to contain this love for years – only reading in the privacy of my own home.  I didn’t want to be judged by fellow train riders. But thanks … Continue reading

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Snagged: The Viking Sailor

You know, I think I am beginning to develop strange feelings for Jarle Andhoy.  It’s either admiration for his daring feat to sail to Antarctica in a 50 ft sailboat, or disbelief that someone would try to sail to Antarctica is a … Continue reading

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