Several weeks ago, I was excited to learn that some local authors were mobilizing to participate in the occupation at Portland’s ICE facility. The idea was to hold down the fort during the day for the protestors who had to leave to go to their jobs, and that writers and digital nomads and similar others […]
I read a good bit more this past month than I had in a while. I wish I could read even more. Gods, wouldn’t that be lovely? June 2018 Wicked Moon (The Reluctant Werewolf Chronicles, book 2), by Tori Centanni (ebook) Haunting Charlie (Witches of Palmetto Point, book 1), by Wendy Wang (ebook) Kangaroo Too […]
This is the stupid story of how I ended up with an Instagram account. Earlier this year, I got an email from Instagram alerting me to a change in my account. The only problem was that I didn’t have an Instagram account. I replied to the email asking Instagram what I could do to ensure […]
Because you know I will always be seeking to improve, right? I’ve now taken three trips with the eBags TLS Motherlode Weekender Junior as my only bag, and I’m still pretty happy with it—other than the name being a mouthful and a pain to type. I’ve taken it with me on a two-day trip to […]
I’m reading about a book a week now, though I wish I could do more. Most of these titles were chosen for research, and at least two were also selected for fun.
* post updated below * About a month ago, I was lamenting about not being able to reliably find my favorite flavor of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream — Vanilla Caramel Fudge — at any of my local grocery stores. It seems like a standard flavor that should be in regular demand, but it was […]
I woke up already having a panic attack this morning. I’ve not blogged about my health in a while. I still have the daily headaches and dysautonomia, but it hasn’t been as bad lately, which has allowed me to get quite a bit more work done. I also don’t want my life (or my blog) […]