Category: Twirly Whirly Girly

Do I remember the last time I got invited to a Halloween party? Or any type of party? Nope! Oh…I let it sink in how sad that is. Back to happy now: One of my coworkers left what looked to be a vintage hardback novel wrapped in twine on my desk. When I opened it […]

I know it’s a bit class-less to post about it online but, well, here I am. I feel dizzy and confused. Why? Obviously, I saw this coming and we’ve talked about it in great detail (as I’m an awesome Mom and all) but I wasn’t prepared for this onslaught of emotions. I feel equally proud […]

During my time escaping Florence I watched “You’ve Got Mail” with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. To be honest, I typically hate Rom-Coms. Why? They’re cliche. Predictable tropes. Plus…it sets unrealistic standards for romantic relationships, which I think is harmful to society. Yet, I surprisingly enjoyed the movie. Why? I think nostalgia, mostly. Here is […]

So, what do you believe now that you don’t believe in God? I’m at a loss on how to answer that question. It doesn’t feel relevant. I suppose a good retort would be: What do I believe about what, exactly? About how the earth formed? What is the purpose of our lives? What is LOVE? […]

I’ve been thinking a while about writing about how much I love the show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. I discovered the show the same way I’ve discovered all my shows: by scrolling through Netflix while I’m bored. I have to admit – the title of the show was a big turn-off. Why? Well, as the lead character sings […]

While watching the new Stars Wars movie Rogue One at the cinema yesterday I developed a really bad neck, shoulder, and upper body ache. It took a good hour or so of stretching, massaging, and pain meds to ease the ache enough to go to sleep. The culprit of my ache was the theater seat, […]

Previously I wrote here about my excitement about being a Fresh Meat roller derby girl. Then I wrote here a month ago about how I want to quit. Guess what? I’m Quitting I have suspected anterior Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome. I say “suspected” because my ortho dr. doesn’t think I should bother with the very […]