Monthly Archive: February, 2013

Lesson #14: A grandiose goodbye isn’t always necessary

When it comes to endings I am admittedly sappy. I was the girl who come college graduation made my friends sit around a bonfire so that we could all ceremoniously burn our insecurities… Continue reading

I will be offended if you don’t like this

Before Thailand I lived in Shutesbury, Massachusetts. For those of you unfamiliar with the town let me paint a picture. There is no cell phone service, no internet, and the only weather stations… Continue reading

Lesson #13: My little dumpling, it’s time to ditch the waffles

Me and my friend have a term for some men that come into our lives. We call them waffles. Waffles are: uncommunicative, self-absorbed, confusing, manipulative‚Ķ in short the kind of man that you… Continue reading


Thursday is February 14th. February 14th is Valentine’s day. I live in Thabo. The only potential date I had here was canceled via text message. The message read, “sorry I not there,¬†I have… Continue reading

Lesson #12: Sometimes there is no lesson

As candy rained down from all directions I stumbled forward, guided by the mass of people that surrounded me. The crowd moved fast, with only the occasional pause as attendees both old and… Continue reading