Me: *turns off bedside lamp and snuggles under covers*
Continue reading “A COVID-19 Sleep Saga”
Brain: Oh! You’re heading to bed?
Me: That was the idea.
Brain: It’s only 10:45!
Me: Your point being?
Brain: I was hoping we could go over what happened today.
Me: No. Good night.
Brain: Suit yourself.
Me: ….what happened today?
Brain: You don’t remember? No one laughed at your jokes!
Brain: Wasn’t that awful?
Brain: Quick, let’s think up some better jokes.
Brain: You’ll want to write these down.
I found another folklore book tag, this one created by Star is All Booked Up.
I tried to diversify my answers – not sure I succeeded!
Continue reading “foklore book tag”
My very first therapist once asked about my sexuality.
I told her I was queerer than most people but still considered myself more-or-less straight.
Yes, I thought women were pretty in a strictly heterosexual way. Romantically and sexually, though, I only liked dudes.
At the time, I meant it.
Continue reading “Writing from the Closet”
WHY HELLO. DID ANYONE ELSE HAVE AN INCREDIBLY BAD TIME DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST?
Continue reading “August Wrap-Up: The dog days are NOT over”
Last month, Halsey released a live version of Badlands!
I listened to it twice today!
Even better: to commemorate the live album, Alison @ antari reads created the Badlands book tag! Continue reading “badlands book tag”
Back at it with book tags because this is where my brain is at.
Continue reading “Manic Book Tag”
Yesterday, I deactivated my OkCupid account.
I also wrote up a big list of why I was right to do so. Continue reading “Dating App Update”
I’ve listened to Taylor Swift’s folklore close to two dozen times since its release.
And, yes, despite my big research project not too long ago, my beloved reputation has been ousted by newcomer folklore.
Folk is a very natural fit for Taylor Swift’s vocal stylings – I’m surprised no one thought to explore this pairing sooner.
folklore feels more vulnerable than past albums. It ups the yearning quotient to levels we haven’t seen since “You Belong With Me” and includes plenty of POTENTIALLY QUEER CONTENT. (Yes, I know what Taylor said about “betty.” She is wrong.)
I wanted to talk about each track individually because, even after a month, I can’t stop thinking about them.
Continue reading “folklore is my favorite: an album dissection”
Hello, it’s August now and I’m hopped up on jitters.
Let’s wrap up July, shall we? Continue reading “July Wrap-up”