The Joys of Job Hunting // and other frightening tales of adulthood

The Joys of Job Hunting // and other frightening tales of adulthood

"Sarah, you need a job," Anna informed me one day. "Pffffffft," said I, "jobs are for stressed out adults who have too much to do, can't pay their taxes, and survive on a diet of saltines and microwavable Kraft macaroni--" --and then I realized I was all of these things. There was no dispute after [...]

The Road to Graduation // and other frightening tales of social phobia

The Road to Graduation // and other frightening tales of social phobia

Y'know, after a two-month break from blogging, you think I’d be more prepared for my return post. As it is, I only finished this an hour ago. So hello, everyone! I'm back. How's your month going? Hopefully better than mine. After being away for so long, I wish I could give you a proper hello [...]

The Escapades of Integrating Oneself into a New Church

The Escapades of Integrating Oneself into a New Church

Hello, folks, and welcome this Thursday's broadcast by yours truly. I think it's high time for another Awkward Adventure of an Abnormal American. Buckle up. We all recognize that I’m shy, nerdy, and hard to get to know. Apart from my awkward (and usually bizarre) social behavior, I state my lack of people-skills ten times [...]

A Poem of Despair

I'm back. And to be perfectly honest, I don't really know how to write a second blog post. I mean, the first one's great; you introduce yourself and spout some random junk about β€œgoals” and such, and then leave in a cloud of sparkles. You can't do that with a second post. So, instead of [...]