conspiracy theorists (get an actual hobby you weirdos, and stop making everyone feel bad) cigarettes (DAMN YOU DELICIOUS, DELICIOUS CIGARETTES!) chocolate (I’m sorry chocolate, I love you but you’re killing me) bus drivers (just replace them with robots?) astrology (I just cannot accept that there are only 12 different personality types on the entire planet, […]Read more "10 Random Things I Would Un-Invent, If I Had The Power"
In 1988 I was 9 years old. This was also the year when the single most exciting thing I could ever imagine happened to me, as well as the single most traumatic (note: to a 9 year old). ALL IN THE SAME DAY. Here’s what went down: Every year in school we’d have a roller-skating trip. […]Read more "1988"
So, I’ve made the ridiculous (and probably impossible, given my schedule) decision to journal every single day for 30 days straight. I even bought a new journal (black with gold hearts on it, because that’s the kind of girl I am #NoRegrets). This was all inspired by a sign I saw in the window of […]Read more "“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.”"
The first thing I thought of this morning was you, You’re the last thought I have before I go to sleep, too. Inspired by The Daily Post, First LightRead more "First Light"
the word “lil” in any context when you send an email to two people and they respond simultaneously and then you have to decide which of their emails to respond to without looking like you’re choosing favourites that spell check thinks the word “favourites” is spelled incorrectly EVERYONE the sound my keyboard is making as I’m […]Read more "Things That Are Obnoxiously Annoying, PMS Edition"
Here’s why: when I was a teenager, I started getting into indie music. Underground stuff from small, independent labels that frankly, blew my mind. On the radio at that time (and here’s where I date myself) was mostly “grunge” like Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots and the like, pop-punk, Blink-182, Rancid, and Brit-Pop/Rock, Oasis and Blur. It […]Read more "Sleater-Kinney is back together and I am so excited"
Last year in the U.S. alone more than nine hundred thousand people were reported missing and not found… That’s out of three hundred million, total population. That breaks down to about one person in three hundred and twenty five vanishing. Every year… Maybe it’s a coincidence, but it’s almost the same loss ratio experienced by […]Read more "Where did he go?"