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Monthly Archives: February 2014
On Tuesday, I booked a ticket to Nice. On Wednesday, I had two doctor’s appointments and applied for a new credit card. On Thursday, I bought travel insurance and found myself lingering around the travel sized items display for far … Continue reading
I’m not one for surprises. Unless that surprise is pudding. I worked the entire weekend, which is becoming fairly common for me. It wasn’t planned; originally, I had Sunday off, but took a shift for a friend who had to drive to … Continue reading
Today, a ruler might be my downfall. Not a person in a seat of power. The thing you use to draw straight lines. It’s been an interesting transition into Job #2, I like the people in the office and I … Continue reading
I’m not a coffee drinker. But technically, neither are most of you. I pass by six coffee places on my way to work every day. Most of them are your chain stores, the Starbucks, the Second Cup, the Timmy Hos, and … Continue reading
Today, I pulled a panda apart. It’s kind of my thing. Also not as sinister as it sounds. I’ve always been a curious kid – it took honest to goodness weeks for my Mom to read books to me, I … Continue reading
I’ve tried to write this post at least six times since I rolled into work today. But all the things I want to say sound like something that shouldn’t live forever on the Internet. Instead: It made my morning a … Continue reading
With thanks to my friend W, this is now in both our lives. Get it – it makes you look pretentious while trying to hold in a snort. That’s a rare gift in a book.
Today’s original draft had something to do with employment, and the nature of interviews. Instead, it is about Cannes. Where I will be going, in 3 short months. I am vibrating out of my skin a little. Prepare for a lot … Continue reading
In the last 24 hours, I’ve found myself supporting two friends on opinions I felt to be incorrect. It’s been driving me a bit up the wall. Had you asked me several years ago if I considered myself an opinionated … Continue reading