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My Nanna: The Great Green Leviathan Did you know that New Hampshire is the only state that does not require anyone over the age of 18 to wear a seatbelt? All other states have seatbelt laws of varying severity for … Continue reading
Vagabond – Travel Leg 2 [A continuation from Vagabond – Travel Leg 1, although this one is kind of ridiculously long and boring. I wouldn’t blame you for skipping it.] My sister pointed out to me that the reason Jr. High … Continue reading
Vagabond Twelve times in twelve years. And not just any twelve years: my first twelve years of life. That’s how often our family moved.
A Tale of Two Agents Late for the plane, the ticket agent suggested that I go directly to the gate. I stepped off in a semi-run on the tiled floor and whoop! My boots slipped out from under me and … Continue reading
My First Hanukkah! Isn’t it fantastic when you had plans to go in one direction, but the road leads you in another? And then, as fortune smiled upon me, I ended up at my planned destination by the end of … Continue reading
A Silver Cage in New York City Hey kids! It’s been over a minute or two since I posted something new on here. Why? I’ll tell you: I’m in New York. New York City, that is. The Big Apple. Gotham; … Continue reading
Curtains At times, a topic presents itself so eminently that it is impossible to ignore. I’ve been wanting to write about this for some time, but knowing that some of you may reject it outright – as it is an … Continue reading
Death by Accordion As you may be able to divine from many of these posts, I’m not really your average chica. Not that there even is such a thing (I don’t think there is), but… I tend to hear my own … Continue reading
Before proceeding, please read Lookin’ for Roots – P1! Lookin’ for Roots – Part Deux OK. Maybe, just maybe, I might have phrased it slightly differently; but the sentiment is the same. I am standing in the middle of what … Continue reading