I missed Fun Fact Friday. A tradition I started one week ago... I can't even show up for week two! We'll work on that... In my defense, I had a lot going on Friday! I worked from 7:30-12:30, and we were down three people in the office all morning. Can you say busy?! Then, I… Continue reading Fun Fact Friday (on Sunday)
“Thinking I’m a moron gives people something to feel smug about. Why should I disillusion them?” Are you familiar with Charles Wallace’s character in A Wrinkle in Time? I’m completely fascinated with this book, especially the exceptional five year old. I’m halfway through the book. I honestly picked it up at Barnes and Noble when… Continue reading Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
The first bike rides of the season took place this weekend. Finally! I've been waiting and waiting for it to be nice enough. We were planning on biking to the Valley Junction Farmer's Market last Thursday, but, of course, we got the worst thunderstorm of the season. Funnel clouds, winds up to 30 mph, rain,… Continue reading The plasma donation and the 30 mile bike ride.
I almost pass out a lot. Like, a lot. Probably once a month, and it's different every time. Once a month may not sound like a "very often" thing... until it's happening to you, and all you can think is "Not again, not again." I don't know why it happens. I haven't been able to… Continue reading
I have seen so many vulgar memes about Kate Middleton making a public appearance just hours after giving birth to her youngest son. What are your thoughts on the issue? Yes, there are things that happen to the female body before and after childbirth. We're all aware. I, however, think it's amazing that the Duchess… Continue reading
It's a gray day. The wind blows and rain falls outside, but I'm tucked safely in a classroom. It's a long, powerfully boring day of training at work. Safety, hazardous materials, standard procedures... You name it. If it puts you to sleep, we're brushing up on it. I've worked here for four months, and I'm… Continue reading Dream Journal: I feel the pressure in my head.
There's nothing more humbling than the ocean. To think that we get to live in this world and admire all of this is amazing to me. I'm sitting ocean-side in South Carolina, looking out from my balcony on the 17th floor of the building, and you can see until the end of the world. There… Continue reading