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Category Archives: Accidents

Slowpoke or Die Trying

It was the summer of 2013. I was driving to visit my then boyfriend, who lived out in the boonies of Southwest Virginia. A lovely area, I was not thoroughly practiced in driving there and thus, was driving a bit more carefully than I normally did. My GPS, Saxton Hale, had crisply told me in … Read More

Cruisin’ for a Boozin’

All parents reading this, breathe a sigh of relief! Those sleeping giants, midnight snacking, grunting, somewhat smelly individuals are returning to their safe haven called college this week. Sure, you may need to help them move all of their stuff back into a dorm room which makes the HGTV Tiny House look like a mansion; … Read More

Indications We Should Follow

Sometimes when I’m driving, especially in Northern Virginia, I wish all drivers were part of a hive mind. If you’re wondering what I mean by this, look to season 2, episode 3 of the ever popular show, Rick and Morty. In this episode, Rick and Morty visit a planet that has been assimilated into the … Read More

Pokémon NO!

“Gotta catch them all!” is a pretty popular slogan from my youth, and many parents with millennial aged children will agree, because we all knew Pokémon. The Japanese franchise about little monsters with magical and elemental abilities followed us everywhere. We had to collect the cards, watch the television show about Ash Ketchum, and play … Read More

Finding Boat Safety

With the arrival of the much anticipated film, Finding Dory, it takes me back to 2003 when I was but 10 years old and singing, “Just keep swimming,” over and over after watching Finding Nemo. My parents now refuse to watch any of the “Finding Franchise” after being forced to watch it so many times … Read More

Metro Series: Incidents and Reception

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More

Baby You’re a Firework

  On a day when we celebrate what makes America great—lite beer, freedom, greasy food, and baseball—we often end the celebrations with fireworks. Our most favorite Chinese appropriated pastime, fireworks, are both beautiful and dangerous, and like moths to flames we gravitate towards those stands that pop up at the end of every June. While … Read More

Metro Series: The Construction

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More

Metro Series: The Conception

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More

Metro Blog Series

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More