Voting Closed Thank you all for your help! Okay, folks. If you’ve been reading and appreciating my blog, the time has come to give me a hand with something! I’m trying to win a scholarship, but I need votes to get it done. The judges want to see that other people support me. It […]
Hey all. It’s been a week. Time for a travel update! It’ll be a short one, I’m sorry to say. I’m officially on the road, after months of planning and hard work. My flights were uneventful. I’ve spent the past week visiting family in Indiana. I met my little nephew… or is he a cousin? […]
It was a fantastic summer for this pink fiddling adventurer! Here are some of the highlights: A trip to Guatemala. A road trip with my guy. Busking the streets of the Limestone City. Sailing dad’s new love, Tearaway, for my 20th birthday. Time with friends. Coasters at Cedar Point. Countless little adventures.
Just who do you think you are, exactly? Don’t get me wrong, I love my job. For a university student who juggles ever-increasing piles of homework with yoga classes, bills she’s barely able to pay, and all kinds of entrepreneurial ventures, freelancing is just about the perfect job. I’m paid for curling up with a […]
I’ve successfully maneuvered my way through the first week of university. This afternoon I have my final class of the week. Granted, I did get lost a couple of times. I got hit on by the guys or shunned by the girls, depending on what I decided to wear to school for the day. I […]
My brother leaves home on Sunday. He’s off on an incredible adventure, taking a “Seamester” for three months. In a way, it marks his entrance into adulthood, as it’s unlikely he’ll ever come back home for good after this. Which is great. He’ll sail the world. He’ll get his captaincy. He’ll completely rock his awesome […]
Day 3: Alas, it is the last day of FYNIRs frosh. Tomorrow we split up and head into faculty orientation. I spent the morning doing what I can often be found doing: sitting in a too-cold corner of an internet cafe, writing. Work has been slow and incoming checks have been delayed this month, leaving […]