Boo @ Today

I drove a U-Haul full of furniture I’m giving my sister from Dallas to Houston today. The drive normally takes about four hours with a stop, but today? SEVEN HOURS. It rained constantly & we inched past NINE accidents. So basically, this is me right now: (Although it was at least not totally terrible since […]

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I’m a planner, so: Advance Directives

Since I recently discoveredย my sister is apparently going to need some paperwork to handle things if my husband isn’t able (see: here), this video on Advance Directives from Healthcare Triage is perfectly timed. Mortality isn’t easy to think about, maybe especially as an atheist, but being prepared and making things easier on loved ones is […]

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First: Sister

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: First! I remember so much about my first day of Kindergarten. Where I woke up, who waited at the bus stop with me on the sidewalk in front of my next door neighbor’s house and snapped the pictures as I kicked off my first bus ride around […]

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Saturday, a List

Things done on Saturday, August 22: Ate a Wendy’s cheeseburger & fries for the first time in a long time. (Years?) It was cheap/good. Bought some Bose noise canceling headphones. Because FINALLY! Sometimes you just have to go for it & stop wishing you’d spend the money on something you really want. Washed lots & […]

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Unplug Me

Today I asked my little sister for her social security number to make her the secondary beneficiary on an insurance policy. During our discussion about that, I mentioned I’ve been thinking of having a will made recently, because it seems more important as I’ve gotten older and I actually have some belongings worth documenting these […]

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Sister Visit Love

My sister visited me in Dallas this weekend. We saw Pitch Perfect 2, ate delicious food, and lounged on my couch playing Animal Crossing and just hanging out. She drove back home to Houston today, which isn’t so far away, but far enough to make it too far to visit for one day, so we […]

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