Tag Archives: daily life

When I’m alone.

So, I promise this isn’t as emotional as that title made you think. Seriously y’all, can’t have too many sappy posts in a row. Instead, this is a post to legitimately confess the deeply strange habits that one acquires when … Continue reading

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That time I wanted to buy a house.

This month we enter our third year of living in this little one bedroom apartment on Capitol Hill, a place where I don’t think we really intended to stay for three years. And I love this little place, really I … Continue reading

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5 Things I Love Today

I’m not supposed to be writing this post. In theory, I should be at the DC DMV car inspection center right now getting our new car inspected, as it was driven out from KY last Friday night by some good souls … Continue reading

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Convalescing.

I am not vain enough to assume that you, dear Internet, actually have a vested interest in my life and keep track of what happens in our little corner of DC. Most of you probably just check in from time … Continue reading

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Car talk.

I am somewhat of a shopping beast. I think I was meant for a bartering economy, one where you could haggle prices and trade for goods. I can fight for a lower price even in countries where I don’t speak … Continue reading

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Goodbyes.

Today I am loading up the car and headed to Kentucky to spend two weeks with my family. I love going home, but this goodbye to James packs a greater punch because when I get back, he’ll be gone. On … Continue reading

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It’s not about the magazines.

Last week I cried about a stack of magazines. When we exchanged our about-to-expire frequent flyer miles for a year’s worth of magazines, I had no idea how much those glossy pages would weigh me down. It feels wasteful to … Continue reading

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