I’ve played video games casually for a long time. When I was little, I had a GameBoy Color where I played those impossible Nickelodeon games where I would die essentially every time I took a step. My parents bought me a PlayStation 2 one year for Christmas, but even then, I mostly played Disney games and party games (I plan on writing about all of … Continue reading Undeniable Proof that Night in the Woods is the Best Video Game Ever
I watch a lot of sitcoms. Okay, so I mostly rewatch a lot of sitcoms. I watch them once, completely fall in love with them, then I rewatch them until Dan can’t stand watching TV with me. While I tend to watch and rewatch sitcoms because they are funny and light, there is one thing about sitcoms that I take very seriously: the sitcom friend … Continue reading I Want a Sitcom Friend Group
A couple weeks ago, I felt inspired to write about my Uncle John and the adventures that we went on when I was younger. This week, I decided to write about another familial relationship, using a topic I’ve had in my blog archive for a while. I wanted to share about being besties with my parents. Being an only child, I was around my parents … Continue reading Realizing My Parents are Some of My Best Friends
A few weeks ago, I had plans with a friend from my old job. I’d had a busy day, but the extrovert in me was happy to make time to see her. I went test driving cars in the morning (a big life event that I’m sure I will write about once I actually get a new car), stopped at the jewelry store to pick … Continue reading Oof! Right in the Core Values!
I am full of woe. Have you ever heard that nursery rhyme about what day of the week you were born? There are probably a few different versions, but here’s a common one: Monday’s child is fair of faceTuesday’s child is full of graceWednesday’s child is full of woeThursday’s child has far to go,Friday’s child is loving and giving,Saturday’s child works hard for a living,And … Continue reading Wednesday’s Child