It began with a message on LinkedIn. Well, that’s not true. It actually began a year ago, with a group of girls gathered in my living room. I’d been reading a book by Jonathan Cahn called Paradigm, and I couldn’t get past the first 20 page because the truth of what he was saying was … Continue reading The King and I
I think it’s time that I mention I have a new job. I was afraid to post a blog about it because the universe likes to snatch good things out of my hands as soon as I write about them. So, rather than divulge too much, I’ll just say I work at a … Continue reading A Wee Bit Employed
I just watched a rerun of Friends in which Dr. Green, Rachel’s dad, yells at a waiter for bringing him a ’74 bottle of wine instead of a ’75 (“Everyone knows that ’74 was a sewer year! Is that what you wanted—to bring me sewer water?”) and he follows it with this charming sentiment: … Continue reading Waitress Rant: Beware
There are few things in life more irritating than writing fourteen drafts of a blog and HATING EVERY SINGLE ONE, but having to deal with fruit flies while in a heightened state of “I’M GOING TO THROW MY COMPUTER ACROSS THE ROOM” is a recipe for disaster. I’ve been fighting with fruit flies all … Continue reading Cover Letter Highlight: Fruit Fly Assassin
It’s Friday, y’all! And it’s the Friday in which Brutus earned his way into the 9th level of Hell! Here is a testament to my week. It all went downhill on Wednesday, hence the delay in posting a blog. As usual, I wrote a blog draft on the morning of Weekly Writing Wednesday, but I … Continue reading Beware the Ides of March
(Please, just call me Ma’am) I’m officially a Captain now: Captain Currier. It sounds like a cross between a Star Trek character and a brand of cereal, and I prefer my students to call me Ma’am. Teaching is fun, in that crazy, I-haven’t-slept-in-four-days-and-where-did-my-red-pen-go? kind of way. Teaching at a military school definitely has its perks, … Continue reading Oh Captain, My Captain!
One month ago today I hiked the Tongariro Crossing, said to be the best day hike in New Zealand, and today I hiked again for the first time since leaving New Zealand. As if I weren’t already feeling nostalgic, I met a hiker on my trek who told me he was planning a trip to … Continue reading Hello, Minibar