Do you love fun party games? Do you like Apples to Apples or Cards Against Humanity? Do you feel awful when playing Cards Against Humanity? Do you love romance, especially fanfiction romance? Specifically, do you love to pair Steve Rogers with Bucky Barnes? Well I have a game for you! Read More Slash the Game: A Review
Yesterday was a terrible, no-good, very bad day. Everything that could have gone wrong, went wrong and I was having some serious allergy problems. But what do I do when I have a bad day? I try to turn it into a good day, or at least a bad day that ended on a good note, with these five songs: Read More Five Songs to Transform Your Bad Day into a Good One
My list is getting shorter and shorter: Not only did I finally go to Stonehenge, I also took part in my first pub quiz last week! It took a while to find the right place for the right day, but there we were on a Sunday night, young, carefree and ready for all kinds of humiliation. Read More Expat Ramblings: The Pub Quiz
It’s Friday night! Let’s have some fun in this open thread, shall we? Read More Weekend Open Thread for November 9, 2012
I got an awesome text message today: “Want to go to the fair tonight?” Um, yes. Pierogies, fried Oreos, roast beef sandwiches, apple dumplin’s with freakin’ cinnamon ice cream. My stomach is already rumbling. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Favorite Fair Foods
2012 is just around the corner, so it’s time to start thinking about New Year’s resolutions. A lot of us make them every year, but how often do we actually follow through on them? Here are some tips to ensure that by this time next year, you can be proud of what you’ve accomplished, instead of vowing guiltily to try the exact same ones all over again. Read More How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
Oh, summer. Every year it comes and goes, and I once again fail to do the things I wanted to do. I’m not even talking about big, arduous chores either; I’m talking about fun things that I tell myself every winter I will definitely be doing once the weather warms up. Farmers markets! Beach trips! Museums and shows! Read More So What’s on Your Summer Punch List?
It took us long enough, but between three or four writers, four months and roughly 25,000 words, we made it from our first introduction to the best POTUS ever when he drove his bicycle into a tree in the pilot until he was caught in the middle of an assassination attempt in the finale. Let’s take a quick look back before we hit Season Two next week. Read More Ladyghosts: Season One of The West Wing