BEETLEJUICE, BEETLEJUICE, BEE- Hey again! So Halloweekend. A weekend dedicated to candy and parties, events and costumes. I always enjoyed Halloween in high school because it corresponded with Red Ribbon Week, and we got to dress along with different themes every single day. I love trying to come up with the coolest, most accurate, or punniest … Continue reading Curiouser and Curiouser!
On Labor Day, my family stopped by to snatch me away for a little long-weekend trip. We went to Callaway Gardens and stayed in a really nice little cabin in the woods, right at the edge of the park. We rode bikes, walked, went swimming, saw butterflies, watched movies, and just generally caught up, for it … Continue reading Labor Day Getaway
And then the semester started with a bang. Everyone moved in, and campus came alive. The weekend before classes started, we attended convocation, club dinners and kickoffs, organization fairs, cookouts, new student events, etcetera, until our heads swam. It was almost a blur, really. A fun blur, full of free t-shirts and free food and … Continue reading The World’s A Stage
With August came another very important time. Important time? Um, yeah, it was the first time that I could use my new planner! If you're anything like me, you understand that having a good planner is crucial to living as stress-free as possible. You like how cute planners can be, how reliable and wonderful and … Continue reading Just Jammin’
Back to school season (perhaps one of any manufacturer’s favorite seasons, aside from Christmas) has arrived. No matter what day school starts for you, there are innumerable ways in which you’ve had to prepare (whether you actually have or not, let’s be honest). These tasks may include shopping for supplies, signing a tree’s worth of … Continue reading Summer Reading Soapbox
Last weekend in a galaxy far, far away, was Comic Con. Last weekend, I did not attend Comic Con. Last weekend, I told my mother "I wish that I was at Comic Con." Last weekend, I told my friend, "Let's run away to Comic Con." In short: last weekend I was very sad about not … Continue reading Comic Cons
You can mentally fill in the next line if you would like. Everyone knows it. It's Shakespeare for goodness sake, and Shakespeare is everywhere. Is he to blame for the glorification of roses? Don't get me wrong, roses are lovely. Particularly beautiful even. But let me tell you about peonies. Peonies are gorgeous and smell … Continue reading What’s in a name?