-THE WRAP UP- This week was blissfully low-key. With the exception of the Nats game on Wednesday, I spent my week reading this month’s book club book and this week’s New York Times (it always takes me forever to just get through the Magazine, culture, and business sections), and watching TV when I wasn’t at work. I did a little work on my finances, but otherwise I was totally lazy and it was glorious. I also spent a stupid amount of time trying to get used to my new iPad keyboard. It’s insanely small, and I had so many typos… View Post

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Last week, I was organizing my external hard drive as I was finalizing my PC to Mac file transfers.  In the process, I rediscovered all the old research and term papers I wrote when I was in college. It was a perfectly timed discovery, as I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about going back to school. A. Lot. Like, enough that I may or may not have spent several hours on a Wednesday evening a few weeks ago trying to determine how much of my B.A. in History from The University of Maryland would transfer and meet requirements… View Post

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-THE WRAP UP- I woke up early Sunday to go see Furious 7, which I enjoyed. It wasn’t the best installment of the Fast and Furious franchise, but it wasn’t the worst either.  Of course, I spent the entire film pissed off. I also went grocery shopping and did A LOT of work on the blog, both creating posts, and the design (notice the new web address, and the fact the blog has a new header, but otherwise looks the same?). Then it was time for GAME OF THROOOOOOOOOOOOOONES. As always, I had to rewatch the episode on Monday to… View Post

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Soccer/Football/Futbol is known as “The Beautiful Game.” And it is a beautiful game (ex. Barcelona). Although sometimes it’s not (ex. Stoke City). A few weeks ago, when my co-workers were asking me why I liked soccer so much as I was booking my flight to Houston for a DC United playoff game, I got to thinking “why do I like soccer so much?” and why do I go to such great lengths for my teams?

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Last week, I had the incredible pleasure of attending opening night of The Washington Ballet’s production of Swan Lake.  This was a special night for two reasons: I was going to the ballet for the first time, and I was going to witness history being made.

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