Moving into my new house couldn't have gone smoother... well, except for an animal inviting itself inside and me having to conquer my greatest fears.
From being a city of revolution and democracy when the first Americans were busy throwing tea into harbors and overthrowing our pinkie-lifting overlords, to the modern-day cultural melting pot, Philadelphia has a rich background and is rife with things to explore.
Burt’s Pumpkin Patch is at the foot of the Appalachians, in the mountains of Georgia, and was once a bit of a fall escape for my family.
Facebook asked me what’s on my mind… well, buckle up. I’ve recently been feeling like I’m simultaneously moving backward and forward. On to new challenges and goals, but back in the seemingly pre-prepared stages of life that make up cookie-cutter America. Or really cookie-cutter world. The ideal gingerbread man or woman graduates from high school, … Continue reading “What’s on your mind?”
Returning to the United States has been a bit of a culture shock - which shouldn’t be shocking, considering Food and I opted to return right before the most American of days. Not only was it Independence Day - when all true ‘muricans sing the song of our people by cawing like an eagle (the … Continue reading Party in the USA
Today is one month before we leave Barcelona. We won’t say goodbye because both Food and I have every intention of returning, but it’s more of a “see you down the road” sort of deal. On one of our recent bi-monthly Skype sessions with our parents (which tend to be drawn out because we barely message … Continue reading The Final Countdown
Here are some pro-tips for making any potential Spanish hospital visit less hectic, and probably for avoiding embarrassment. Illustrated via Grey's Anatomy because every person could use more McSteamy.