It’s been awhile! This week, I started a job that so far, I love. I’m working for an online craft store. Most of my job is mundane: I pull orders from online, find the products in the warehouse, count on how many the customer ordered, package, and ship. However, I also get to start working … More A New Normal
Just shy of three weeks ago, I packed my life into my car and drove to Texas. I move into my new apartment on Monday. I’ve been applying to jobs like crazy. I’ve been briefly to Austin, San Marcos, and Houston; spent a full day in Galveston. I hit my limit last weekend and got … More Moving South
Working through photos, applying to jobs, searching for apartments… I had to post about this article. Not sure what I want to say, and I don’t want to romanticize tragedy, but I could only think of a certain song and relate this to my own travels through the hot desert. A French Couple’s Love for the … More Where were they going without ever knowing the way?
I’ve been to Portland twice before, most recently October 2014 to referee a NAC. Each time I went there has been good food and I’ve had a good time, such as running to VooDoo Donuts at 1 am or staying up late at the Multnomah Whiskey Library. This time, something was off. We got in … More Portland
No bonfire. No dinner. It was already past 9 pm, almost 10 pm when we decided this was enough. We were going to find a motel: there was no point in tired, hungry drivers attempting the serpentine road ahead. We pulled up to a Motel 8. Janos lost nose-goes and had to go check the … More West Coastin’ II
The morning after San Francisco was gray and miserable. Unfortunately, San Fran would be our last day of sunshine on the coast. The night before we had gone to a bar in Berkeley- there was another friend hosting a poker night there that I wanted to see. Everyone went with me, but it just … More West Coastin’ I
Before I left in early June for this summer’s meandering trip across the United States, I visited my local theatre 3 times. At $4.25 per matinee viewing, it was easy to walk over and relax. There was also less pressure during the day with a smaller audience: I saw Mad Max completely alone and uninhibited. … More Hometown Theatres, Homesickness, and the Definition of Home