Much like the prep time of this Friday Night Feast, this post is damn fast. Work to reward ratio: beyond the comprehension of mathematicians. There is something about take-out or leftover sushi that’s even better than the restaurant experience. Something about it sitting in the car for a bit or the fridge overnight that seems … More Friday Night Feasts: TAKE-OUT SUSHI
I’ve switched into some alternate mode of existence. I am a jungle gym. I am a megaphone. Sometimes I am a marching band, sometimes I am a sheep herder. I lie peacefully motionless in my backyard most evenings. I eat, sleep, dive headfirst into a hyena den, and repeat. I am a summer camp instructor. … More I am Summer Camp Instructor.
Today marks my quarter-anniversary, or third month, of blogging! And the first time I’ve broken the fourth wall to acknowledge all of you out there who have touched bases with me along the way. To be honest, blogging still makes me incredibly uncomfortable. Something about reading those posts where the author acknowledges the lethally addictive stats … More Come Celebrate! How we all affect one another.
What you see lurking in the depths of a waffle iron, señors, was the best Friday night feast I’ve had in a long time…It was a gooo-hoo-hood idea. Waffle-Grilled Steak Sandwich Ingredients: French bread Steak, medium rare Assorted cheese: Aged white cheddar works wonders, cheddar & parmesan work well Waffle Iron (not to be eaten) … More Friday Night Feasts: WAFFLE-GRILLED STEAK SANDWICH
I started my dream job recently, working with the summer climbing camps at my local facility. It’s been a blast. As a kid, I put in two summers of volunteer work with the climbing camps, back when they used to let us bring the kids up in the rafters of the building to rappel down. … More Overcoming Social Anxiety with Dreams, Ambition, and Cow Noises…
I still think of you, now and then. Sometimes I’ll flip open my phone and miss finding a message from you. The other day I was thinking about what a delight receiving letters in the mail would be, and wouldn’t it be nice if I sent a friend one? The first person that popped into my … More Crinkly Eyes and His Friend, The Watering Can
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What does your day sound like? The groan that escapes through a mildly bitten lip as you haul your carcass out of bed. The muted shuffle of slippers on laminate floor and the rasp of terry towelling against skin as you multi-task your way to the bathroom. The squeak of…
WARNING: These activities are to be undertaken alone: by you, for you. Nothing exudes sexiness & confidence like a couple secret adventures under your belt. Start the summer with these 6 activities that will get you out and basking in your time alone. Then rock that confidence at the office, on the beach and during your nights out! … More 6 Outings for Summer Self-Empowerment
When you experience loss, you can run dry of things to say to the world. Nothing to say, because you’ve lost the part of you that was interesting. Nothing to talk about, so it gets way easier to slowly drift away from everyone, ripple-lines softer and wider, floating down the Land of the Long White … More The Land of the Long White Clouds