Tags » Diary Entries

Julie Andrews and the Giant Boar

Dear Dream Diary

I love it when I dream about celebrities. It makes me feel so important. Julie Andrews is a legend. Whether it’s her stage and screen acting, singing, or animated voice work, it’s safe to say she is a household name around the globe. 486 more words


Navigating DC's Bureaucratic Swamp

Two weeks ago I followed up my January 20 letter to Sam Zimbabwe, DDOT’s Associate Director of Policy, Planning and Sustainability Administration.  I wrote a brief email reminding him of the letter and the requests to be addressed, most notably installing signage in the Central Business District noting that sidewalk bicycling is prohibited there.   494 more words

Diary Entries

A 26-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Late May, 1978

Monday, May 22, 1978

7 PM. It’s changed from winter to summer overnight: everyone is wearing shorts, people are sunburned, sensuality seems more noticeable. Even though I’ve longed for this weather. 3,228 more words

Don't Send it

I feel like at my age, I shouldn’t even have to say this. But as a single woman, navigating the sometimes pervy online dating scene, I’ve seen my fair share of “unseeable” things. 417 more words


Missed opportunities (FGR)

Nine hours ago, I watched the Japanese animated film 5 Centimeters Per Second. I cried so hard and then got angry. Until now, I can’t get over it. 1,211 more words

Diary Entries


Being super emotionally unstable these days.

Lots and lots of ‘petty matters’ as people commonly define, are troubling my mind. Simultaneously handling local school affairs and preparing for studying abroad is, unpredictably stressful. 132 more words

Diary Entries

April 27, 2016

It’s been over a month since I wrote a blog post and that’s because I’ve been out in the world rather than on my computer. In other words, I’ve been travelling. 585 more words

Damian Robb