impromptu project: COMPLETE!

okay, know when i say “impromptu” project, what i really mean to say is: we’ve been procrastinating thinking about doing this project for a while, but we randomly chose tonight to finally be “the” night. and by we, i mean, b. because my idea of being spontaneous tonight was only taking one pill for my sickness ...

“when i was your age…”

“i had to walk uphill both ways to go to school!”  is a cliche phrase that we attribute to well-meaning elders. in fact, there are a whole lot of phrases that we know from baby-boomers… and babies that boomed before world war 2 did. last night, b and i spent a delightful evening with my ...

use your ivy league degree to bake bread

fascinating article about feminism, frugality, and whether or not simpler is always better. (note: for those who aren’t intrigued by feminism, the impact of the current “green” culture, or the “rising revolution” of highly educated stay-at-homers, don’t click the link.) for those who are, click away. oh, and comment. http://www.salon.com/life/pinched/2010/06/30/radical_homemaker_failure Like this:Like Loading...

don’t you dare…

it was one of those conversation/storytelling/rememberings that easily flowed from one episode to another. oh, you’ve had them: you get started talking about your school project… which leads to talking about the group involved in said project… which led you talking about that one particular girl in the group that dyed her hair burgundy… which ...