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Jitterbug Perfume

Jitterbug Perfume

What the heck, I may as well pack it in right now. I just finished rereading Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins and not only did I shed a tear of joy for the rowdy and philosophical magnificence of this book, but there went a second one for the lusty, enigmatic curiosity with which Robbins imbues all of his work, plus the man has a knack for simile and metaphor that’s unbeatable. 598 more words

Mardi Gras in New Orleans Part 1

Mardi Gras is an amazing time of year to visit New Orleans. Mardi Gras , also called Shrove Tuesday, or Fat Tuesday, refers to events of the Carnival celebrations which begins on or after the Christian feasts of the Epiphany (Three Kings Day) and culminating on the day before Ash Wednesday. 332 more words


& the rest of her

I haven’t finished any of my zines. I haven’t finished anything I have said yes to this year.  Including this. I continue to write, and read, and the women around me I’m sure continue, but I continue alone. 264 more words


Mall of America & Beignets

This job never fails to push me out of my comfort zone.

haaaaaaate(d) going out and doing things by myself. It always makes me feel self conscious and unsure of myself. 1,131 more words

A Day In The Life


New Orleans is a magical, wonderful city filled with great Cajun cuisine, an excessive number of strip clubs per capita1, and a general lackadaisical attitude towards public consumption of alcohol. 724 more words

Beginner Blog

Are you a New Orleans socialite? We've got just the club for you!

NEW ORLEANS — The Saint Claude Social Club on Sophie Wright Place isn’t just a place to pick up a cute pair of earrings, it’s a place to meet other independant women in the arts. 303 more words

News With A Twist

U2 Sings Drunk On a Plane; Dierks Bentley Flips Out

Dierks Bentley has had a friendship with U2’s lead singer for several years now. It all began when Dierks would occasionally send songs to Bono for critiquing. 202 more words