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Returning to the nest

After an interesting October in Idaho Falls, I’m happy to say that I’ll be starting November back in the greater Seattle area! While I’d left the nest for a year, I will be returning and moving back in with the parentals. I know it sounds kind of like a step backwards, but that’s alright. I’ll […]

A bittersweet anniversary

So, I’ve been in Idaho Falls for exactly one year (okay…one year and one day, but close enough). And after this one year, I will actually be leaving IF. Now, my last two posts (which can be read here and here) weren’t exactly what you’d call cheerful. So you can safely assume I’m not leaving for […]

Sleep tight, don’t let the insecurities bite!

At three in the morning, she’s still awake, nowhere near falling asleep. Which doesn’t make sense considering the day she’d just lived through — especially considering the day she’d just lived through. Physically, mentally and emotionally drained, she should be dead on her feet and ready to drop at any moment. And in a way, […]

Shit happens

And sometimes, there’s nothing you can do about it. You’ve just got to deal with it, learn from it and move on. You’ve just got to remember that whatever is happening now really isn’t that big of a deal in the great scheme of things and it all happened for a reason. Just keep your […]

I’ll take home runs over touchdowns any day

Last night, I went to the Skyline High School–Idaho Falls High School football game, otherwise known as the Emotion Bowl (yes, there’s a website for this rivalry). This was literally my first football game in six years. The last game I’d been to was the homecoming game of my senior year in high school (we […]

Home…here I come!

Thanks to the awesomeness that is free Wi-Fi, I am currently writing this post from Boise Airport. As it says in the title, I’m coming home! Unfortunately, it’s only for a short visit. My cousin is getting married and I’m only in Seattle through Monday. But really, a trip home is a trip home and […]