“I Am a Killer”

After binge watching a show on murderers with the boyfriend (and the dog), I find myself a little more paranoid walking around at night alone. I can’t help but think that by investing my time taking in morbid material and thinking morbid thoughts, I will somehow attract that energy to me. Almost every case theContinue reading ““I Am a Killer””

Home(r)

It’s raining.  I sit in bed, candles burning, heating pad turned on, thinking about Oliver Sacks and distortions in the brain.  It took me until approximately 5:30 pm to feel awake today. I wonder where this lethargy is coming from—do I need iron supplements? Am I anemic? Have I somehow acquired mono? I sleep 6-10Continue reading “Home(r)”

Hurrian Hymns and Murder Flicks

After nearly five hours of homework, I don’t have a lot of mental stamina for a blog post tonight. I spent the day going to class, grocery shopping, grocery organizing and unpacking, completing my assignments, and listening to Hurrian Hymn No. 6, written in 1400 B.C and dedicated to the goddess of fertility and bountyContinue reading “Hurrian Hymns and Murder Flicks”

The Last Waltz With Academia Begins

Today was the first day of my last quarter of school. To say it is bittersweet would be an understatement.  I have always loved school, and loved learning. One of the highlights of my elementary school career was being “teacher’s helper” for Mrs. C. in 4thgrade. I got to deposit graded homework in all myContinue reading “The Last Waltz With Academia Begins”

Moon God

Did you know that the moon moves a little further from the Earth by 3.8 cm every day? As a being who is approximately 70% water, I find it difficult to believe that the moon, which provides major high tides to both sides of the planet once a day, does not have anything to doContinue reading “Moon God”

Decadent Chanterelle Bacon Frittata (feat. Gruyere Cheese)

Here’s a rough outline of the frittata I made with my mother this weekend for brunch. I about leapt out of my shoes with excitement when I saw chanterelles at Costco, of all places, and had to make a frittata featuring their rich, nutty taste. The chard we used was harvested from the garden, theContinue reading “Decadent Chanterelle Bacon Frittata (feat. Gruyere Cheese)”

Challah Bread Anxiety//Epic Brunch Prep

Today was full of wild cooking. It was so wild, I left my laptop at my parents’ house after 10 straight hours of work. That being said, no recipes will be included in this post, as I need my computer for such a process. I will amend this later or create a new post tomorrowContinue reading “Challah Bread Anxiety//Epic Brunch Prep”

Impeachment?

It’s been brought to my attention that the impeachment process for the current United States president has been initiated. I don’t pay much attention to politics these days–at least in the national arena. Unless, of course, we’re talking about Greta. Now she has my attention. But if we’re talking about the grand political circus, IContinue reading “Impeachment?”

Mortality Bake Sale

Today, I helped my mom bake some goods to raise money for a little boy with leukemia in the elementary school where she works. His family is moving to be closer to the children’s hospital so they can focus on his treatment. To support them in their efforts, the school is hosting a bake sale.Continue reading “Mortality Bake Sale”