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The Weekly Recap: R.I.P. Wonder Woman Mug

Sunday morning trip to Memphis Last weekend, May Lee and I took an impromptu trip to Memphis to buy a birthday present for my dad. It turned out to be a lovely little day trip. During the drive over, we listened to The Greatest Showman soundtrack, playing the song “The Other Side” over and over… Continue reading The Weekly Recap: R.I.P. Wonder Woman Mug

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Stax Ate the Internet & Emmy Lou Needs Deliverance

Because I do not fear fate or learn from experience, I seem to continue to invite disaster upon myself. This week I caught myself thinking, “Emmy Lou and Stax have really been low-key this week. I don’t really have any stories to tell about them.” This set off some sort of alarm in my animal’s… Continue reading Stax Ate the Internet & Emmy Lou Needs Deliverance

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Just Call Me Ethel: The Adventures of Stax the Conveniently Forgetful and Emmy Lou the Evil

Where should I even begin when it comes to telling the tales of the animals that share my house? I think it is fair to say that both creatures are certifiably insane, but I feel that my life would be a great deal emptier and certainly less comedic if they were not a part of… Continue reading Just Call Me Ethel: The Adventures of Stax the Conveniently Forgetful and Emmy Lou the Evil

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The Weekly Recap: Snickerdoodle Lattes, An Empty Purse, and a Farm for Christmas

  This week has continued to be insanely busy with to-do lists that are never-ending. My ability to multi-task has grown substantially, and I think that is due in part to the fact that I’m sitting down and planning my week. I’m not getting it all done, but the structure is helping me use my… Continue reading The Weekly Recap: Snickerdoodle Lattes, An Empty Purse, and a Farm for Christmas

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The Road Trip

Details kill me, and the final hours of prepping for a road trip are nothing but details. It’s brutal. I hate it. So therefore, I make the process much easier on myself by doing things like changing my mind last minute about arrangements for my dog. However, in a flurry of text messages, I was… Continue reading The Road Trip