Category Archives: Childhood Relapses

Dreaming of a White Christmas

After growing up in the 8TH COLDEST CITY IN AMERICA!!!!, you could say I got used to cold ass winters and lots of white stuff on the ground during the holidays. Needless to say, the adjustment to a California Christmas … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Club

In order to quench some of my ongoing thirst for “going back to school” and all things autumn-related, I decided to bring back Children’s Book Club. Do I have pedophyliac tendancies and therefore am acting out by hosting a book club for little kids, you might ask? … Continue reading

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I <3 Lisa Frank

This is what every real executive needs on their desk, right? Feelin’ LIKE A BOSS!

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Hangin’ Tough

My childhood dream was realized on Friday night at the NKOTBSB concert! Big Sister and I went together and sadly, we were the only people dressed in crazy costumes! We assumed everyone would be. I think Joey McIntyre thought we … Continue reading

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Tween Read: Starcrossed

My latest endeavor into the world of tween reads was a book called “Starcrossed” by Josephine Angelini. “Starcrossed” is the first in a trilogy and is about a Nantucket teen named Helen, who realizes just how out of place she really is when … Continue reading

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Super Powers

I saw X-MEN: FIRST CLASS recently and while I enjoyed all of it, the part that always gets me most excited in superhero movies is when mutants use their powers in epic action scenes with intense music blaring. I get … Continue reading

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Back to School

I’m often shocked and semi-saddend to discover how much I wish I could go back to school and actually learn things as an adult. In the past, I dreaded being at school at all times and never studied nearly as much as … Continue reading

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