Honestly, my brain in overdrive is a weird place to be; especially when it's obsessing over a movie like Wall-E. https://youtu.be/MvfRQuiJJY8
https://youtu.be/g89_H3qV2gc I walk through the woods and talk about whatever pops into my head.
So, true to our adventurous blood, my little sister has abandoned me for the summer to go work the cherry harvest in Oregon. I thought I'd share a small sampling of the kinds of conversations I can't have with her until August, as well as show you I'm not alone in my zaniness. If... Continue Reading →
I'm fairly certain I'm not doing this whole "blogging" thing right. I can't stick to a topic, I mess with the name without considering the ramifications, and can't figure out how I made some things happen, because they happened on accident while I was clicking EVERYTHING. Here are a few of the reasons I'm pretty... Continue Reading →
Sometimes my life is a literal comedy of errors. Sometimes this is my fault, sometimes it's someone else's, and sometimes it's just the universe laughing at me. Now I've put that out there, let me tell you about my recent travels. Apparently, absent-mindedness is genetic. I misplace things constantly, and suddenly remember a task I... Continue Reading →
I am so close to being able to masquerade as an average human being, and yet so far.
So, I thought I'd try something new. Hope you like my waffling about childhood fears. https://youtu.be/F4lXBDsmnLA P.S. I think I've figured out my Pooh character. I'm Christopher Robin.
(Yes, I totally did that on purpose, because it makes me feel clever.) It came to my attention one day while having a gif war on Messenger with my sister, that it is eerily easy to find a relate-able Jack Sparrow gif. (Last time. I promise.) Anyways, I figured I might as well share a... Continue Reading →
I have always enjoyed a good wander through the woods. The trees create a sense of home that I can find nowhere else. When a forest is unavailable, I make do by climbing a tree. The best climbing tree is in the front yard of the home my family has inhabited for the past sixteen... Continue Reading →