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Lies My Father Told Me

Lies My Father Told Me

I love my daddy. He’s taught me a million things; he taught me how to build forts (I’m really awesome at it, just ask the kids i babysit), he taught me who won the Rose Bowl in 1902 (Michigan) and, most importantly, he taught me not to believe everything I hear. How did he do … Continue reading

One More Time, with Feeling

One More Time, with Feeling

                  As far as concerts go, I’m only enough of a critic to place artists into two categories: performers I’d want to see again & ones I’ll probably skip the next go ’round. I got to Manchester yesterday in the late afternoon, getting straight to work on … Continue reading

How soon can you be in Manchester, TN?

Well, it’s looking like I might get to go to Bonnaroo again this year, which means one thing in the immediate future: packing. I’ve gone the past two years with my internship, but goodness knows I wasn’t always very prepared. The first year I went, we packed up all five interns in my mom’s minivan (it … Continue reading

#StuffKidsLike

Kids like messes. Kids like dress up and painting and glitter. Kids like markers, because sometimes they aren’t allowed to use them and they have to resort to crayons. They like popsicles. Actually, they LOVE popsicles. They like sugar and playing sharks and minnows. They like winning and sometimes they like cheating. Bathroom humor is … Continue reading

On Airports, TMIs, and Tweed Caps

The past week, I spent a fair amount of time in airports. In fact, this past semester, I’ve spent a fair amount of time in airports. I’ve slept in them, eaten in them, drank in them, and certainly cried in them (I’m looking at you, Air France).  This weekend, I got to the Florence Airport … Continue reading