(wait for it…) Yes, wait. The saying is true. Good things are happening and I think it’s time for my blog to get a facelift. I’m sensing a change—not just my address or current country (although that will be changing soon enough), but in the energy of the universe. This will be the summer of … Continue reading Good Things Come To Those Who….
I am aware that today is Christmas and I should be blogging about something that is Christmas related, but I started writing this entry a month ago and would like to finish. I think of it as a gift unto myself. Tis the season, after all! So, here’s what I started way back when, sort of an … Continue reading Food: A Love Story
I have an annoying tendency to tell people to read my blog, and it’s not always a good idea. The most regrettable population I target are guys with whom I go on dates. Typically, I don’t come at them with “Read my blog or there will be no second date,” but I adamantly talk about … Continue reading To Share or Not To Share: The Blogger’s Dilemma
Beware of the rant! If you recall, I got into a bit of a fender bender in Ireland, and because I DIDN’T put the car on my credit card, and DIDN’T waive the absurd rental car insurance, and because I HAPPENED to be driving into an UNMARKED intersection in the middle of NOWHERE when a car came out … Continue reading 23 Ways To Spend $2,317 Other Than Paying Off Damages To A Rental Car That Was Not Entirely My Fault And Could Have Been Avoided Altogether
The title is a bit of a misnomer*. *particularly because at the time I wrote this, I actually thought it was Friday. I was referencing Virgin Australia Airlines, which is the airline I flew while traveling from Australia to New Zealand. For some reason–likely one of quality–I drafted this blog and never published … Continue reading Flashback Friday: Traveling with Virgins
Milford Sound or Mil-fjord My trip to Milford Sound began most notably with my having to pee. It’s my own fault, really, because I always insist on having coffee when I wake up. But it’s also the bus’s fault because they took forever to leave Queenstown, picking everybody up from his/her respective hotels. By the … Continue reading Move over Iowa, this is Heaven
I hate bugs. The fat executioner guy in The Mummy says he hates bugs and then gets eaten by scarab beetles, so I suppose I should use caution when making that declaration, but they’re currently on my mind because I just saw the biggest spider on my wall, and then it disappeared. … Continue reading Spiders at Night and Stripping for Wasps