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Monthly Archives: April 2015
Today is grey, rainy, and frankly a bit depressing outside. Therefore, it seems like the perfect day to do a Washington appreciation post, in memory of how beautiful this state is!
Number one rule of reading Survivor, by Chuck Palahniuk: do not read this on a plane. I made the mistake of picking it up on a plane, and instantly felt like I was reading a horror story, rather than a … Continue reading
This book was rough. I don’t mean to be glib — heaven knows that nobody wants to be the person that pokes fun at the biography of an Olympic runner, WWII pilot, POW, and humanitarian. Still, whether deliberately or not, … Continue reading