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Summer Soccer and A Taste of Albany


At the end of the school year, we three had a little field trip: (Django left early for camp) Wyatt’s U12 WYSL Select soccer team had been practicing all year for the summer soccer tournament season — and here it was! 342 more words


I will be careful around videos

I was totally on the radio today. I’d like to tell you I’d been harbouring this secret and practising in private for months, but in all honesty I got a call about an hour before it went to air. 173 more words

A Whiter Shade of Pale

By: Caitlin Makary

It’s officially high summer and it’s been a muggy, sweaty couple of weeks in NYC.  I’ve been dreaming about climbing in crisp Fall weather, but until then it’s necessary to shield my lily-white skin from the summer sun.   745 more words


Adding Some Visuals to the Equation

Something which I’ve contemplated over the past few days is whether or not I’m going to be a “daily blogger” or one of the quiet types who appears every couple of days with a few “wise words” or an insightful passage. 588 more words


mt. rainier.

It’s been a year since I last visited the closest mountain to my home. This time snow-turned-balls-of-ice covered the trails and we made it barely five hundred feet before the rest of my family got turned around. 107 more words


Language is the New Luxury

I’m bilingual, soon to be multilingual. I love languages and want to learn as many as possible, even if they weren’t useful at all. However, ever since I moved, I noticed how lucky you are if you know multiple languages. 249 more words


Ramen Misoya

Tuesday definitely wasn’t ramen weather–it was humid and in the nineties, but that didn’t stop us from visiting our favorite lunch spot out by Mitsuwa, Ramen Misoya. 503 more words