How to Freeze Homemade Cookie Dough for...

6th May, 2015

When people learn of my vast and all-consuming love of sweets, they are often surprised to learn that dessert was largely absent from my childhood. My mother is not a…

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Love and Marriage and Lessons Learned...

20th Oct, 2014

I have to tell you something. I’m an absolute sucker for weddings. I basically turn into a squealing frenzy of crazy every time we find out we’re actually able to…

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I Try Threading. My Mustache Remains.

28th Apr, 2014

I have a mustache. – I’ve mostly come to terms with this. I’ve had it for the better part of twenty years, and like my weird toe (which we will…

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And Then The Seahawks Won the Super Bowl

3rd Feb, 2014

If you live the northwest, you have to convince yourself of a lot of things.   Like that you don’t need sunshine, or Vitamin D. That it’s perfectly reasonable to…

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A Letter to My Husband, Regarding The...

9th Jan, 2014

– Dear Rand, By now, you have probably noticed that the milk in the fridge has been dyed pink. You are probably wondering why I did this. My motivation for…

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Dinosaur Hands and The Crying Place

9th Dec, 2013

Despite a few rather notable exceptions, I’ve found I’m not a big crier. I have nothing against it, mind you. I think tears are rather good for your skin, and…

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Our Adventure Time Halloween

5th Nov, 2013

The thing about being married to a nine-year-old-boy who’s trapped in the body of a 34-year-old man is this: you are the only one that really knows him. – See,…

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This Made Sense Last Night, I Swear

30th Oct, 2013

I have a deadline tomorrow, and I’m caught between working on the project that’s due, freaking out that the project is due tomorrow, and then wasting time surfing the internet…

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Brain Surgery: 1 Year Later

30th Sep, 2013

Things are different now. I feel like I could make a note in the timeline of my life to reflect this. “Here is everything that happened before brain surgery. Here’s…

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