This morning, at about 5am, I had the desire to down a venti iced Americano from Starbucks. I have and on and off relationship with coffee. Espresso, rather. As a kid, I only ever saw my mom drink coffee. She even drank that Pepsi Kona for a bit in the mid-90s. She learned it from my… Read More coffee! coffee! coffee!
Between surviving my first earthquake, a black out, and hysteria about hurricane Irene I’ve managed to distract myself on the internet. This gem is thanks to Dustin over at Abraham Chronicles (@dustinv on Twitter): Andy Samberg plays McEnroe, Agassi, Borg and more. You definitely want to watch the video. After the earthquake, and being a church… Read More odds & ends
Within the next 2 months I’ll be moving, so I’ve been packing and sorting through things that I’ve collected over the years. While living in this house I’ve graduated high school, went to college, moved to another country, moved back to America, and have done a lot of cleaning and organizing. As I go through… Read More hoarding.
My family and I went away to Providence, RI for a change in scenery, beautiful water, smaller city, and to meet up with some friends from Boston. Of course, I researched food and places to eat! This was a good thing because the hotel wanted to charge you for the already cruddy continental breakfast. I… Read More my week in food: Providence, RI
First I was rushing around to get things completed before a short vacation to Providence, RI. I was pretty excited to come back and some posts up here. Instead, life was turned around several times because my dad was in a bad accident. Currently, my dad has been diagnosed with delirium as a result of… Read More we’re never promised tomorrow.
I know, I’m a day late. Yesterday was a looooong Sunday. Anyways. This past week I had a love affair with dairy. Buried deep within my deep freeze in the basement was a bag of mozzerella cheese. High above where the cheese was found there was Trader Joe’s wheat pizza crust. Mmmmmmmmmmpizza. Hot gooey… Read More my week in food.
I wanted to share some parts of the internet that I particularly enjoyed this week. Maybe you’ll enjoy them too! Salmonella. 36 million pounds of turkey. My reaction: Thank God I don’t eat meat anymore. Those poor turkeys. THOSE POOR PEOPLE. Yes, I thought about the animals first. For 25ish years I ate… Read More odds & ends