Monthly Archives: March 2012

35 Before 35: Pet a live alligator

Last week my hatred of air travel was solidified after I threw up all over myself on the last leg of my flight to Florida.  I was already not thrilled about this trip, and sitting in my own vomit for … Continue reading

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Stuff I Find in Airports: Creepy Mannequins

Marco Polo Airport in Venice is smaller than most regional airports in America. It is also home to two very creepy mannequins dressed for Carnevale. Every time I fly out of Venice I pass these two freaks, and I am … Continue reading

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I love a man in a tutu

This is Bob Carey and his pink tutu. Together they are trying to raise money for breast cancer organizations in honor of his wife who is currently battling breast cancer. How?  By publishing a book full of insanely awesome pictures … Continue reading

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Poetry I Love: In the desert

In the desert Stephen Crane I saw a creature, naked, bestial, who, squatting upon the ground, held his heart in his hands, and ate of it. I said, “Is it good, friend?” “It is bitter – bitter.” he answered, “but … Continue reading

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Blossoming

I don’t know what this spring has in store for me, but the blossoms on my apricot tree appear optimistic.

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For Great Coffee Come to…. Kansas City??

You guys all know that I am not much of a coffee girl.  I am however, a behind the scenes tour geek, so when I found a coffee place that gives free tours, I was on it. The Roasterie in … Continue reading

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Guess What Today Is…

It’s Alfred Hitchcock Day! I have no idea why March 12th is Alfred Hitchcock day (I even spent a solid 30 seconds doing a little google research and everything!) Here is my sad confession: I have never actually seen a … Continue reading

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