A few posts ago I made mention of a co-ed softball team that I was asked to join this summer. Not to brag, but as a last round draft pick (a.k.a. after the team was formed and after they exhausted their substitutes for a few weeks they brought me on full time), I bring a … Continue reading Softball Pro Tips From an Amateur
I live in a small Midwest town where garage sales are still a pretty big staple of summer. My mom used to host them, I've hosted them, and street corners are decorated with neon SALE signs in every part of town all summer long. Is that typical across the country? (I'm honestly not sure...) Anyway, … Continue reading How To: Host a Garage Sale
I spent a few minutes trying to come up with a clever title for this post, but all I can imagine is me pulling myself out of bed, twisting my hair into a messy bun, and asking you if you're up for coffee. You nod, just as tired and drained as me, and we confirm … Continue reading Coffee? Coffee.
Waaay back in September 2016 I wrote a post about my unpopular opinions. I stand by everything I wrote except I now occasionally use "live your best life" jokingly and I watch basketball (the Cavs) with my husband. Anyway, I'm back again with more. I don't like The Avengers. It's not that I don't like … Continue reading IMUO vol. 2
This is supposed to be a book review day where I link up with Steph and Jana, and share all my opinions on books. Well, I finished an impress ZERO books since the last Show Us Your Books so I'm flipping the script today. Before I dive in, HAPPY 25th BIRTHDAY to my baby brother! … Continue reading Books I Want to Read – Summer 2018
Dear Fall, I'm ready for you. I know some people are trying to soak in those last rays of summer, but my sweatshirts are knocking on the closet door and my windows long to be open at night. I'm already burning my woodsy candles in anticipation of your arrival. 'Love you. Dear Eclipse, Thank you … Continue reading Mini Letters
I had a different post lined up for today but a) I just want to ramble and b) I haven't quite finished it yet... Last month I read 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' and it mentioned Formula One race tracks all over the US/world. One of those tracks is about two hours from … Continue reading Exhausting Musings