To preface this, I live in the HOG. As in House Of Glee. No, I’m not in Glee club, but that’s a story for a different day. I have a cat, Maverick, who up until a month ago has been an owner’s dream. He cuddles when I want to cuddle, is ok with being home[…]
I picked up some journalism karma this week, I’m sure of it. I got out of some long boring class, and was heading home for some much-anticipated chicken noodle soup. But on the sidewalk I passed a notebook on the ground. And not just any notebook, a reporter’s notebook. I flipped through it scanning for[…]
Saw this poor soul in a strip of parking near my house. Flash Floods in the East Lansing area, and thunder kept interrupting my classes. I think my plants are loving it though, those gloomy weather mongrels! I have another three tomatoes on the way, if they hop to it before the first frost.
I’m going new-car shopping this weekend as part of the Lawler Family Tradition* where college graduates get a new car upon graduation. But before I talk about new cars, it’s important that I introduce my current car, affectionately termed “da hoe.” She’s a 1996 Chevy Tahoe, and in some ways I love her. She’s huge, she’s[…]
So lately I’m loving this new distraction called slacklining. It’s essentially a low to the ground setup between two trees. I bought “webbing” (the flat lines used for walking on and tying) and five carabiners at the Moosejaw in East Lansing for about $50. The system is pretty simple to set up, it takes me less than[…]