Oh, I had so many plans for myself in 2015. But I just now discovered that my co-director/producing partner of my beekeeping documentary is pregnant. So now I have so many plans for myself in 2015…inextricably linked to the schedule of a fetus. The kid is supposed to arrive in September, which means I’ve got […]
2014 was a terrible year for a lot of people I care about. Four close friends were diagnosed with cancer. One of them lost her fight with it. My big lesson of 2014: Friendship is precious, but it’s also finite. My New Year’s Resolution for 2015 is to be a better friend. I will find […]
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I’ve spent approximately the entire 8th Season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent shopping for a new handbag. That show is so stupid. The villains always tell all at the end. It’s like SCOOBY DOO for adults. But back to the purse shopping. I know. It’s such a stereotypical girlie time suck-hole that I can’t […]
This year I have two resolutions. Which is exactly twice the number of resolutions one should have for New Year’s by normal people standards. However, since I am the high empress of Mission Creep, I’ve become notorious for my overwrought and fool-hardy New Year’s goals. By the end of every year, I’m always exhausted and out of time.
My closet is so ridiculously tiny that it’s been nicknamed “The Magic Puppet Theater” because my all my clothes have to fit on a four foot long rod. As a result I’m always on the hunt for new ways to streamline my wardrobe. My weapon of choice for maximizing closet efficiency: convertible clothing. Convertible clothes […]
You can tell it’s the 1970’s, because there’s no way the United States Government would fund anything this cool now. Your favorite psychedelic Sesame Street animator, Vincent Collins, created this short film for the 1976 Bicentennial with a grant from the amazingly named United States Information Agency. Happy 4th of July!