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Monthly Archives: August 2013
By Writing This, I’ve Sealed My Doom. At Least Verbally. There’s Still Room for a Violent Death in There Somewhere, I’m Sure.
Happy Friday, Duckies!! Thank you so much for all of your birthday well-wishes! It was a super wonderful day and now I feel much older and wiser. Twenty-three is totally the age where true wisdom happens, right? Anyway, I got … Continue reading
Today is my 23rd birthday, so I’m taking the day off to just relax, read on the porch with some coffee and go to a book shop that I’ve never been to before with my best friends, John Hamm and … Continue reading
So, my good friend “Jen” is in the Peace Corps and is stationed in Madagascar right now. It’s true: I’m not doing anything with my life. Anyway, we have this awesome app that lets us use a wifi signal to … Continue reading
So, here it is, FINALLY. My Game of Life Story. If you missed the past two posts, go check them out, but here’s a basic recap: When I play the Game of Life, I make everyone write their “Life” story … Continue reading
So, if you read yesterday’s post, you know that I played a far too intense Game of Life this past weekend. The way that I play The Game of Life is that you have to write your character’s memoirs whilst … Continue reading
Okay, so I’m really sorry that I didn’t post yesterday… and that I basically fell off the face of the planet all weekend, in fact. I basically slept all day yesterday because I was feeling like death after having probably … Continue reading
Oh my dang, Duckies. The Suburbia police blotter this week sure was packed with awesome. Check these out: Suspicious Activity Bear reported: Visitors to Suburban Springs Park called police after a person dressed as a bear was reportedly scaring people … Continue reading
Today is my good friend’s birthday. Jane is quite possibly the most loving, unique, creative, and imaginative person I’ve ever met in my life. I met her in high school, but we didn’t really become close until just about a … Continue reading