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A New Kind of Currency

Sometimes I seriously lack the motivation to workout. There I said it, I’m human too!

I love a good workout and the way I feel afterwards so much so  that sometimes I go a little crazy and do a bunch all at once and feel amazing! 288 more words

The Jenner Girls

Although, I don’t shop at Pacsun or try to follow the latest trends.. I really loved this video of Kendall and Kylie Jenner. I follow the blog StyleCaster and they basically hated on this video. 32 more words


One last night in New Orleans

C. and I decided to spend one last day and night in New Orleans before we move 1300ish miles away. I had to drop him off at the airport for an emergency work trip to Tokyo (because his life is way more exciting than mine!). 123 more words

The Motel Family: Part Twenty

 Two Parties for Tootsie


Sunday, June 13, 1982

Cara Nonna:

On Tuesday, I walked the Little Kids to their day camp at the Little Red School House, then went to the Bar to talk to Mama. 2,140 more words

Review: Zane and the Hurricane by Rodman Philbrick

Zane and the Hurricane: A Story of Katrina by Rodman Philbrick

Zane lives in New Hampshire with his mother and is sent to visit his newly discovered great grandmother in New Orleans.  Unfortunately, he is there when Katrina hits.  Headed out of the city with his grandmother’s pastor in their church van, Zane is safe until his little dog, Bandit jumps out of the open window because some larger dogs in another vehicle are barking at him.  Zane goes after him, walking for miles until he catches him.  Realizing he’s closer to his grandmother’s house than the vehicle, he heads back there.  Then the storm comes.  Zane is in a house that is leaking, the flood waters start to rise, and he climbs with Bandit up into the attic.  From there he is rescued by an older musician wearing a wild looking hat and a young girl.  As chaos descends on the city, Zane finds that all of the rules change but that it is human kindness that makes all the difference. 199 more words

Book Reviews

Meow Wolf: Moving Still at the Front

Published  on Daily Serving
July 25, 2014

Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe-based art collective, explores the persistence of collective memory in their deeply introspective exhibit,  594 more words


4 Days To Go!

#ImaginaryBookTour takes off in FOUR days and @1pcornwell is gonna be on the tour bus! We’re really excited and honored to meet such a wonderful author in Miami! 62 more words