One joy of this blog is that I can read posts I wrote back when I was still young and naïve—specifically the post I wrote last week about appreciating llamas up close, because said llamas are quite possibly why I contracted the bubonic plague or whatever this is. It’s all conjecture at this point anyway. … More Tried to Think of a Sick Title, But I Came Up Cold
Last week, I spontaneously booked tickets to a llama farm. Since then, for some reason, my loved ones (more accurately, the ten or so people I bother on occasion) had many questions, all of them some variant of “… Why?” The tone ranged from my friends’ curious “oh, why” to Mom’s pained “oh, WHY?” because, … More Why AREN’T You Seeing Llamas?
To those who say the best kind of fun can only occur spontaneously, I see your healthy, positive attitude toward life and raise you heavy skepticism. If I didn’t spend my summer scheduling myself a good time, I’d have never left my room since school let out and would’ve resorted to blogging about my slow … More In Memory of a Spider’s Last Stand
One of life’s unspoken rules, along with “treat others the way you want to be treated” and “let’s all pretend coconut water doesn’t taste like sweat,” is that the one time you deviate from doing the right thing when no one’s watching is, without fail, the time someone is paying attention. (To be clear, I’m … More Public Transportation Is Not for the Weak