Irish Moon

The first two days of our honeymoon in Ireland included trips around Galway, The Burren, to the Cliffs of Moher and Poulnabrone Dolmen. Onward did we go to… Day 3: Ballyseede … Continue Reading →

Poulnabrone Dolmen, Ireland

Irish Honey

This is only… one and a half years late but, uh, here it is: One time, Richard and I got suuuper married and then went to Ireland. Why choose Ireland … Continue Reading →

Media rant: Rock music

Media rant: Rock music?

For some reason, when I discover a new bit of media that I like, I like, REALLY get into it. I binge on as much as I can, and learn … Continue Reading →


Absolutely Mortified

Did you keep a diary in middle school or high school? Or a journal, if you’re a dude or especially artsy? Do you remember what you wrote? Would you share … Continue Reading →

Speechless event photo

Things my nice coworkers said

I think I’ve already mentioned how very nice and lovely my coworkers are (if sometimes a little misguided). We’re a small group, and so although I’ve only been there a … Continue Reading →


Happy Valentimes

One year in high school, when I was vehemently anti-Valentine’s Day and pro-female solidarity, I convinced some of my lady friends to wear lime green (or the closest thing they had) … Continue Reading →

Browser Tab Bingo

Browser Tab Bingo

Richard and I accidentally invented a game last weekend, I’ve dubbed it Browser Tab Bingo. It started while we were making breakfast—I thought I had pulled up a recipe on … Continue Reading →

Snow on IU campus in Bloomington IN

Back home again

Richard and I went home to Bloomington, IN to spend Christmas with our families. Last year was the first time I’d ever gone home for the holidays since I’d always previously… … Continue Reading →


Cat on a hot tin dancefloor

On Halloween, Richard and I went to a Skrillex show in our neighborhood. We put on some light-up costumes and headed into the loud, laser-filled former Ford factory event space and … Continue Reading →


Someone left a cake

I almost cried three times today. The saddest thing about this day is not the fact that I’m crossing the 30-year hump. It’s not saying goodbye to my 20s. My … Continue Reading →