Obligatory Decade Reflection
Confession: I kind of hate New Year’s. I really loved it when I was a kid, and my parents would drop me off at my grandparents’ house with my cousins, while they went out with my aunt and uncle to go…wherever grown ups go. I got to stay up til midnight, and ring in the… Read More
Dear Nana, I went to your house today. It was so strange… and hard… not having you there to greet me. You always had the warmest welcomes, which always made saying goodbye that much harder. You always wanted to know what I’ve been up to, and kept up with my blog. You even told me,… Read More
Happy Anniversary, NYC!
This weekend marks one year since Kendall and I moved to New York City. We officially left our home in Dallas on March 17, 2017, and arrived two days later at a basement apartment in Queens. Now, many people might say to this, “A year? So what? What’s the big deal? Doesn’t everybody do that?”… Read More
Life goes at a slower pace in Texas. I think it’s that “mosey” feeling that doesn’t really exist here in New York City. Here, even if I’m eating lunch, I feel like I need to hurry up and move on to the next thing. There’s always something happening, somewhere to go, someone to see. Back… Read More
Find Your Team
This week, I had the opportunity to reconnect with a couple of old friends that I haven’t seen in 10 years. I was attending From A to DD at the PIT Loft. This play was written, and stars, Mandy Murphy, a friend of mine who served on the Thespian Club Board with me in high school.… Read More