Sales on shit I actually want make my heart siiiiiing!
Jeanette Explains It All (Vol. 1) →
Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project →
There's really only one way...
me: ahahaha i left a beer in the fridge over night xD fail
me: it was opened, half drunk! idk if it'll be good
Eric: one way to find out
me: hahaha TRUE
The S.S. Relationship: Getting To Know You! →
YA Author Interview: Susan Beth Pfeffer →
Scrabble teaches me about the Force
Justin: scrabble is part luck, part skill, and part having the skill to see the lucky spots
: ) and part screwing the other person by stealing all the triple word score boxes
me: lol!! so true, so so true! i thought you hated this game?
Justin: no, all i said was that i'm not very good at it
me: liar lol
me: the hell is - od??
Justin: fuck if i know. i asked the magic dictionary and it said ok
me: damn lol
Justin: "a hypothetical force formerly held to pervade all nature and to manifest itself in magnetism, mesmerism, chemical action,etc."
Justin: so basically, the force
me: lmao, that's awesome
Book Review: The Moon Trilogy, by Susan Beth... →
Threadless Teesers 2/21 →
All I Need to Know →
… I learned from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. 2. Evil is most difficult to deal with when it comes with the face of a friend. 8. The Internet? Full of weirdos. 15. A girl’s best friend is her mom. 28. You can’t make someone love you. 66. Silence can be terrifying. 100. The hardest thing in this world is to live in it. Be brave. Live.
Dating Report Card: Mr. Microwavable Mashed... →
Books: Your Girlhood Favorites →
Do-It-Yourself Spa Party →
PS, EGB Loves PostSecret 2/16 →
Close to Home: Your guide to apartment hunting! →
Author Interview: Stephanie Kuehnert →
Will You Be My Valentine? ~ EGB →
Dating Report Card: At the Pool Hall →
Tiny Terrarium in a Light Blub →
Sort of obsessed with miniature Ecospheres right now!!
Book Week: Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk →
Book Week: Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers →
Book Week: Less Than Zero, by Bret Easton Ellis →
I might not be able to sell my writing for publication, but at least I’m putting my degree to good use. I won a $40 daycare pass for Rabbit from a blurb I submitted about him. Yay writing!!
Book Week: Please Excuse My Daughter by Julie Klam →
Book Week: The Fountainhead, by Ayn Rand →
Book Week: Sum by David Eagleman →
PS, EGB Loves PostSecret 2/2 →
Book Week: The House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton →
Announcing: Book Week on EGB! →