Archive for June, 2009


When I was in elementary school, I went to California every year to spend the summer on my grandparents’ farm. Before you ask, it rocked and my brothers and I did all kinds of crazy awesome shit. Also though, it was my job to feed the rabbits. My brothers had to feed the cows which […]


Well, Chauncy, it looks like rain. I’m reading this book and the main character’s name is Chance, but everyone calls him Chauncy because he doesn’t correct them and for some reason I find it insanely aggravating. What the fuck is wrong with you, Chance? Maybe it’s just the main character I find aggravating. Everything goes […]


The other day when I was walking to school, I came upon an apology written in chalk on the sidewalk between 7th and 6th street. I believe it was some kind of letter/poem hybrid, begging the receiver to take them back. It wasn’t especially original, but it was a sweet gesture, I guess. It started […]


I’m not sure how this started, but lately I’ve been looking up children’s books on Amazon to check the one star reviews. I think sometimes people are joking (which is hilarious in itself, why go to the trouble?), but they’re really funny nonetheless. There are some serious Dr. Seuss haters out there. Green Eggs and […]

change of plans


(via possiblydreaming)


To whom it may concern: I need a job. I want ice cream in my freezer. Mint chocolate chip preferably, but I’m not too picky. I want a park nearby that I can walk to. A good park, not a crappy one with one slide and no sand. A library would be nice, too. I […]


I don’t think I’m a clumsy person, but when I’m nervous I tend to drop things. At the Ashoka Indian grocery store in Chandler, there’s a sign that says NO FOOD OR DRINK inspired by an incident where I dropped a Route 44 soda all over their floor. Today my unconventional summer school class met […]