You thought I was done, didn't you? HA. Nope. I'm going to drivel on a bit more. See, on our way home from Greenville, we found the COOLEST little town in North Carolina. We stopped to eat, and take a walk through this park thing which turned out to be a college campus. (Oops.) There… Continue reading Wild Road Trips and Prince Caspian Productions—Part 3
I'm not slacking off on posting, really. (Though that wouldn't be beneath me.) See, last week, my family was traveling down to South Carolina to see a play of Prince Caspian (more on that later), and between that and having the brain cells of a flea, I wasn't able to write anything. Which, technically, was… Continue reading Wild Road Trips and Prince Caspian Productions—Part 1
Yesterday was Star Wars day, which, in all honesty, I didn't even know was a thing until a couple months ago. But apparently, it is, and Anna decided that we were going to celebrate it. My initial reaction? Suuure. I was a little skeptical. Okay, a lot skeptical. I mean, first of all, it's Star… Continue reading May the Fourth Be With You!
I intended to write this post last week as a Baran Current Events crash course, but for some reason, I just wasn't feeling it. I'm still not feeling it, actually, but it needs to be done, so here it is. Only now it's a Baran Recent Events crash course, because all this happened 1-2 weeks… Continue reading Moving, Baran-Style
I had plans for this blog post. For the first time in my life, I wrote it a week before I was supposed to publish it. I would wait for Thursday and post it like any respectable blogger. Right? Wrong. My dear mother was so impatient to read it that I, being the dutiful daughter… Continue reading Why My Family Should Never Be Movie Characters
I told you I wasn't done. Welcome to Part 2 of me trying to cheat God. I seem to do it a lot. If you somehow missed the previous part, here it be: That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book Here's a quick behind-the-scenes story about that post. I wrote it, sent… Continue reading That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book—Part 2