Polaroid 640, vintage Tupperware, and a couple books.
While I was sick for four days last week (yeah, read it: FOUR LONG MISERABLE BORING DAYS), I decided to binge-watch Broad City. If you're not familiar, the basic premise of the show is the day-to-day shenanigans of two college-aged but-not-in-college BFFs living in NYC, aka two broads in a broad city. Abbi plays the … Continue reading Currently Crushing on: Broad City
Scrambled eggs were my favorite breakfast as a kid, and they still are, but over time I've upgraded them into a more nutritious "adult" version. Here's the lowdown: First you cook a few strips of bacon in a pan. Dump some of the fat, but not too much, because you're gonna use it to cook your … Continue reading Breakfast Breakdown (prompt: structure)
Running shoes, a lingerie set, scarves, and a winter coat.
Last Friday, my friend made a genius suggestion: that we go see a movie at the recently-opened Alamo Drafthouse. The place has created quite a buzz in Springfield, as it's the only theater in town that serves alcohol and food while you watch. I can vouch that it was indeed expensive--almost $30 just for one … Continue reading Critique: Ingrid Goes West (SPOILERS)
A few days ago I was coming home from work, putting my bike into the garage, when I noticed a fat caterpillar crawling around underfoot. I watched it for a bit and took a few pics, because I'm kind of a nerd like that, and to be honest had never really seen one up close … Continue reading Caterpillar Corner
That phrase, "a fit of complete mental absorption," is an excellent way of describing the state I go into while I'm writing. It's as if the world is shut out; nothing else matters besides getting the idea down on paper and in the best words possible.