Food For Thought:

“There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t”

John Green, Turtles All the Way Down

Category: I Literally Can’t Even


“Hey, how good are you at superimposing two images together?” I asked my Photography-savvy Stepmom before sending her both Anthony Hopkin’s and Mads Mikkelson’s renditions of Hannibal Lecter. The 1991 film has held its place as my absolute favorite movie Read more…


As the old jingle goes, the best part of waking up is (arguably) Folgers in your cup. Though if coffee isn’t quite your style, perhaps it’s a steaming cup of tea. Or, if you’ve an affinity for human flesh, a Read more…


Remember when Duolingo taught me how to call someone a potato in the sexiest way possible? Oye vey! I was fairly certain that, at that point, I’d seen it all. There was nothing in the Spanish to English translation game that Read more…


After an emotionally volatile 48 hours and an amazing therapy session this morning, I was feeling pretty positive about things. I was fully prepared to write up an update on how things are going, and pass on what tidbit of Read more…


About a decade ago, my stepdad-who’s-no-longer-technically-my-stepdad-but-whose-side-I-took-after-the-divorce gave me a copy of Richard Carlson’s “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff… and it’s all Small Stuff”. While I’ve started it several times throughout the years, it’s largely remained in the pile of bathroom reading Read more…


Sometime last year, we received a notice that whatever entity controls the trash pick up was going to be sending 50 gallon sized recycling bins to every house in the neighborhood. Included was a list of things that could and Read more…


“Going through some boxes from the basement, and came across this.” Typically when a young adult hears this from their father, they except to see some shitty Picasso-esque macaroni portrait, or ditalini maracas, or that tri-color ridged tube noodle necklace Read more…

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