Greetings my dear apostles! I say that because there are 12 of you who actually read my blog. On the other hand, it is Good Friday and that is probably a bit blasphemous. At least I didn’t make the joke about one of you plotting to kill me. So where have I been? Stressed out … Continue reading To quote Eddie Vedder, oh I’m still alive
People just assume I'm an extrovert because I crack jokes all the time. I must be the most entertaining person to hang out with. Oh, you have front row tickets to a strip club? Yeah, I'm not your girl. I realize that my regular readers are probably tilting their heads at the screen in confusion, much … Continue reading Tales from an introvert fangirl
Against my better judgment I am going to attempt to liveblog the first Clinton-Trump debate. Anything short of a folding chair getting smashed over Lester Holt's head will be terribly disappointing. 8:55 Bill Clinton managed to avoid staring at Melania's cleavage. I'm impressed. But the camera cut away from Ivanka, so he may have snuck … Continue reading Liveblogging the first debate / praying for a meteor strike
I grew up with a healthy distrust of the Establishment. I suppose that when you are a political science major, you learn how the sausage is made and that it’s best not to eat it. It may also make you vegan. The recent miniseries about the O.J. Simpson story is a perfect example. I haven’t … Continue reading What happened to you, David Schwimmer?
After signing up for every dating site available, I have concluded that I could create one simple test to save myself from countless bad dates. I thought about turning this into a Facebook quiz, where I ask men to choose the most appealing scene among photos of a windmill, a junkyard, Siberia and a tar pit … Continue reading My Christmas music dating test
Greetings my fellow Americans (and those readers in other countries who are just thankful that these jokers aren't competing to run your country). Against doctor's orders, I have my box of wine ready to live blog the second GOP debate. I'm wearing my "Feel the Bern!" t-shirt and cutting into my giant rainbow wedding cake waiting for … Continue reading Liveblogging the GOP Reenactment of Lord of the Flies
At the risk of offending potential readers, I once again have decided that the only way to endure something which is socially necessary to view is to drink and blog about it. (Such as this crapfest.) I also think if you've followed me at all, or you are a legitimate friend/stalker, it's pretty obvious that … Continue reading Liveblogging Cirque du Oy Vey (GOP Debate edition)
Ok. I’ve put this off long enough today. I was challenged by a friend (I may not call you that after this movie causes me to bleach my eyes, Jaime) to blog Fifty Shades of Grey. I hated the books. Yes, I read all three. Only because a friend loaned them to me and kept … Continue reading I watched Fifty Shades so you don’t have to…
I am ashamed to admit it. I’ve become one of those women. If you had a hidden camera, or Skype, spying on me this weekend, you would have seen me painting my nails, drinking wine, and wasting hours upon hours of my life watching the Hallmark channel. I realize that this confession probably ruins the … Continue reading Where did my weekend go?
A piercing siren jolted me from my slumber. A warm tingling of fear seized over my body. What the hell is that? Air raid siren? Flood siren? No, it’s the burglar alarm. My part-human, part-boxer dog Inga stood up and ran to my bed, tilting her head and staring me down until I would get … Continue reading My Take on Kung-Fu Fighting