I was thinking about how fast summer was going by a few days ago. And I had this crazy notion I wasn’t living up to my full summer potential. Like I had been sitting in my apartment listlessly watching the hours drag by…and I knew that wasn’t true. … More Summer To Do List
Yesterday I had an awkward/amusing exchange. Proving once again that when put in a strange position I will usually take the awkward way out. Buzzwords for this entry: baby, stroller, elevator, and #SoManyQuestions … More Forever Awkward, But Always Amused
Since the last time I wrote was 6 months ago, I figured I should give you an update on my life. Who knew these past several months would be so crazy? I mean, well, I guess I should have realized this would be the case. When has life never been full of surprises? Since November … More A brief update…life, the universe, and everything.
I got the opportunity to travel to New York City last week and it was definitely one of the highlights of my year! I’ve dreamed of visiting for YEARS. So when I joined my school’s Magazine Interest Group and heard they were taking a trip to visit magazine companies in NYC, you can bet I … More A Short Summary of My New York City Trip
I’m sorry I’ve been gone so long. Here’s a picture I took the other day. I’ve been wanting to try out some of these experimental puddle/reflection/abstract pictures and so yesterday when it rained, I seized my chance. I know I looked weird crouching on the pavement, moving my iPhone one way and then another, but … More Slanted Reality
I’m at Barnes and Noble for an extended period of time because there’s no Internet in my newly acquired apartment. I’m in Indy, btw, so YAY! It’s been a crazy couple of days, that’s for sure. Working on settling in and finding out what’s in the area. But what struck me as I was sitting … More I wish I could freeze time
Call me a winter person, but there’s something remarkably refreshing about a brisk, cold walk through a snow enveloped land. Something about the crisp air and the seemingly damp & dreary atmosphere makes me reflective. I feel Narnian. I want to curl up and write a novel. I could dismiss all my responsibilities and traipse … More My Morning Commute: Snow Edition
“What’s this? It looks like a chocolate sprinkle, is it a sprinkle?” He said. I extended my hand and he dropped the small black speck into my outstretched palm. I had to peer down close and determine the strange substance. What would a chocolate sprinkle be doing in a gym? “No, sorry, it’s not a … More A Conversation With a Three-Year-Old