Over the past few months, things have happened. Some of them have been super awesome (I’m serving on the board of my food co-op now!), and others have been downright awful. Sometime soon I hope to write some about the amazing things that I have going on in my life. For now, however, I want to tell … Continue reading persisting.
Typically, my commute involves a short drive, a ferry ride, a walk, a bus ride, and another walk (and then again in reverse), but every now and then I have the great misfortune of having to drive the whole way instead. During peak hours. In Seattle. Perhaps it is worth mentioning that I’m not the … Continue reading stuck in traffic.
And now for a new tradition of sharing a quick look at some of the things I did over the weekend. This is mostly for my benefit as it will serve to remind me of how awesome my life is. This weekend I… Continue reading recapping the weekend.
I’ve got a confession to make: I’m an inherently lazy person. I actually think that cuddling on the couch with my husband and dog while watching old episodes of Parks and Rec is just about the best possible way to spend a day– I suppose that I’ll blame my evolutionary drive to conserve energy. Still, … Continue reading a lady with a sloth problem.
Last spring I made a list of 22 things I wanted to do in my 23rd year. Looking back on that list, it’s plain to see that I can’t put a check mark beside each item, but when it comes down to it, I’m still pretty proud. Watch as a I high-five myself for the … Continue reading proud of 2013.
One of the things that I plan on talking about a lot here is my passion for what I’m going to call “post-modern homemaking” for lack of better term. I’m sure that showing you through a series of well-developed posts would be the best way to define what I mean, but in the mean time, … Continue reading fighting the good fight against mold.
I’ve been married for three months now. In that time, I completed my first quarter of grad school; my husband made a huge, unexpected, and financially challenging career move; and we spent a month away from our home doing a total of more than 80 hours of driving to see both of our families. Which … Continue reading married.