Last night I bought a hand painted, loosely bound, blank journal. I spent my final 200 baht, held in reserve for an iced coffee and green curry… Read more “Painted Fiction: My Reinvented Travel Blog.”
Category: Random Musings
Georgia: Cause We Do it Better.
I tend to be a person of, shall we say, passion. I choose the word passion with great vigilance, as I am attempting to cast a rainbow… Read more “Georgia: Cause We Do it Better.”
I’ll take the aisle seat.
I’m not sure how this happened, but I think I am attempting to become an official writer. Like a real-life, typewriter and Ray Bans, cigarettes and contemplative stares– writer.… Read more “I’ll take the aisle seat.”
Tobacco Fields and Volcanoes: SkillCorps Indonesia
For exactly one year, I have been writing letters, selling cookies and dancing on soap boxes to spread the news about Global Autism Project. I see a beautiful… Read more “Tobacco Fields and Volcanoes: SkillCorps Indonesia”
Shopping in India: Velvet lives again.
Generally speaking, I’m not exactly fond of shopping. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy slipping on a new pair of Ked’s just as much as… Read more “Shopping in India: Velvet lives again.”
India: The Taj Mahal and a Mischievous Camel.
Landing in Delhi was the definition of surreal. While in this exact moment, as our hired driver slams the brakes to avoid smashing a suicidal J-walking monkey,… Read more “India: The Taj Mahal and a Mischievous Camel.”
The Altamaha Part II: The quaint life of a Riverbilly, and why the South will always be home.
Over the past 5 years I’ve tried to embrace the theory that “home is where I hang my hat.” I left my hometown when I was 16… Read more “The Altamaha Part II: The quaint life of a Riverbilly, and why the South will always be home.”
Vail, Colorado: Never Never Land.
You know that scene in Peter Pan when Wendy is begging Peter to tell her about his home, then he flutters his elfin toes and breaks into… Read more “Vail, Colorado: Never Never Land.”
Portlandia: Plaid, Beer and Lovehandles.
After two solid months of work, monotony and dieting, I was more than eager to scurry through the Atlanta airport two weeks ago en route to the… Read more “Portlandia: Plaid, Beer and Lovehandles.”
Praha: Fare the Well my Beloved Europe.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Art History. Yes, I spent five years of my life, memorizing slides, monotonous dates, and the varying shades of Burnt Siena.… Read more “Praha: Fare the Well my Beloved Europe.”