24 hours to go until the Great Eclipse, and I’m pretty excited! I’ve read some people grumbling about the hype and how they’re sick and tired of hearing about it, but I figure this is essentially a once-in-a-lifetime experience and will be one of the coolest things I’ll ever witness. I am all in. WeContinue reading “Path of Partiality”
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You Can Ring My Bell
We had the longest, most hilarious debate at work on Friday. It all started when I walked with Sarah to the post office. There was one of those bells on the counter that said “ring for service,” and nobody up front, so I did as instructed and rang it for service. This caused Sarah toContinue reading “You Can Ring My Bell”
All You Need is Love. And Rum.
Our office smells like a frat house on Sunday morning. Actual email from the president of our company, sent after everybody had left last night. The funny thing is, I don’t think he was complaining about it. More like boasting, if anything. The guys that run the company are forever demonstrating what a fun andContinue reading “All You Need is Love. And Rum.”
You Had Me at Bacon
Saturday was an amazing day. Everywhere I went, people stared. They complimented me. Smiled when they walked by. One woman stopped us while we were shopping for groceries, and asked if she could take my picture. I was more than happy to oblige. Talk about a great day for the ego! Then again, it wasn’tContinue reading “You Had Me at Bacon”
We Can Pickle That!
I like pickles. A lot. So, when I stumbled upon an advertisement for the second annual Kenny and Zuke’s Picklefest in Portland this past weekend, I was stoked. When the inaugural event rolled around last summer, it caught my attention and I wanted to go. Alas, I had nobody to go with. The glory ofContinue reading “We Can Pickle That!”
(Don’t Fear) The Pepper…or Salt
I hate when you order something that looks delicious, only to take a bite and find that the chef under seasoned it. Case in point: I went to the farmer’s market earlier today. Part of the fun is in stocking up on fresh produce, and I definitely came away with my share. Apples, cherry tomatoes,Continue reading “(Don’t Fear) The Pepper…or Salt”