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 →

Thank You

Dear Death Cab, Thank you. Thank you for playing Transatlanticism in its entirety last night. Thank you for not speaking between songs because "that's not how you'd listen to an album." Thank you for making me cry like an idiot in the middle of thousands of people. Thank you for turning the 5 minute long... Continue Reading →

Sup, Y’all

Welcome, newly baked muffins! (Before you think that was a drug reference, it wasn't! It was a food reference, which is much more my style!) I'm so glad to have you all here, mostly because you're my only friends and I've gained 200 more of you. I'm kidding. I think... Anyway, hi, and thank you... Continue Reading →

Fisticuffs at Four

BAH traveling is hard. I mean, not hard compared to actually hard things such as getting into a ninja fight or climbing Mount Everest with one arm tied behind your back...but it's totally hard compared to chewing gum or putting on a sock. It gets harder when you're me and totally confused 90% of the... Continue Reading →

Hello, Seattle

Visiting a big city is weird. I'm not from a small town, per-say, but it definitely has that small town feel to it. Seattle is not a small town. There is a man yelling, "Fuck you!" outside the window of my sister's apartment. How comforting. I've never really flown all by myself before (I know,... Continue Reading →

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