I know my sweet Grandmother is a faithful reader of my blog, but because she reads so faithfully, I would suspect she’ll be reading this post, one in which simply the title may appall her dear soul.
The Nørrebro neighborhood in Copenhagen is filled with a smorgasbord of cool, including a young, hipster crowd, that effortlessly blends fashion, music, and bike culture, making Hollywood hipsters’
I’m not sure where I was in high school and university, but as I was getting straight A’s, somehow I missed a lot of interesting and important information. Realizing that I need to expand
Whether you travel often on airplanes, or not so much, you may have picked up on the way air travel works: Airport parking chaos, Check-in, TSA, waiting, boarding, seats, luggage, electronic devices,
I have a confession.
A fear, actually.
A number of them to be exact.
No, I don’t have a fear of flying in the most common sense of the term, the fear that affects about 40 percent of the worlds’
I live in the Los Angeles bubble, a land concentrated by individuals chasing dreams of the big screen, of acting, of stardom, and yet, I have not once, not ever, desired to be an actress, but ironically,
Yes, here is a short list of things that make me shake my head, stopping to jot on my mental notepad, scribbling in my brain, “I’m not going to do that/think that/believe that/react that
I knew this job was never for me. 3am, Christmas morning, riding a shuttle to terminal four at LAX. Brain foggy, security lines, harsh terminal lighting, nothing
Northern California has an appeal that Southern California can not quite grasp. I’ve just returned from a week in Half Moon Bay, a quiet coastal town claiming home to the infamous wave Mavericks.
I dreamed about TSA last night.
I KNOW! I was as weirded out as you are right now. Who does that?!?
No, I’m not secretly wishing to hangout at an airport.
No, I don’t have a crush on a TSA
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