Sleepless


I can't sleep. It's the middle of the night before I move out of my childhood home and into an apartment in a city, and I just cannot sleep. I keep wishing Puck or that Fairy King were around to chuck some sleep glitter at my face so I could just have that midsummer night's... Continue Reading →

Goodbye


I'm leaving Seattle and I want to cry. This has never happened. The Ice is Getting Thinner by Death Cab for Cutie came on my iPod, which doesn't help since it's full of tragedy and sadness and practically pulls the tears out of your eyeballs anyway. I've never had a great experience in Seattle. I... Continue Reading →

Forget It, Cappy. It’s Just Chi-Town.


“Do you wanna stop viiiiiiiolence?” sang a man with long black hair on the street corner, waving a pamphlet in my face and doing a little leap/jig. That’s Chicago, now characterized in my mind by amazing food and crazy people. And train travel. I took the train across the country and visited my family north... Continue Reading →

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