I read Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose because everything else looked like trash and I remembered my cousin saying she watched the movie and it was good. Continue reading book review: twelve angry men
You’re gonna want to read this one. Continue reading book review: the farmer’s market mishap
A good portion, maybe an unhealthy portion, of my childhood was spent reading the immortal Mandie series by the late, great Lois Gladys Leppard. Mandie is a 50-some book series about a twelve or thirteen year old girl who you will be constantly reminded is blond, has a “mischievous” cat named Snowball, and is one-fourth Cherokee Indian. Continue reading book series review: mandie by lois gladys leppard
“We should watch Footloose,” I suggested.
“Sure,” Derek laughed. “There’s this one part…I can’t wait to see your reaction.”
It was a promising start to the evening. We settled in, I was happily ready for a lighthearted ‘80s musical.
I got the exact opposite. Continue reading movie review: footloose (1984)
It’s been too long since we’ve posted a rant. Well, I’ve got something to rant about today, so buckle up. Continue reading a Catholic conundrum
Hester on the Run by Linda Byler is one of the weirdest books I’ve read. I read it awhile ago and stumbled across it again and thought, how could I have read this book and not written a review?? Continue reading book review: hester on the run
I have an annoyance and a slight hatred for the song Undivided by Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard. Continue reading undivided: a song that irks me
Last fall, Derek and I went down to Hocking Hills for a day. This spring, it was time for a girl’s trip down there with the OG Adventure Crew. Continue reading return to hocking hills
Columbus, Ohio: a city I could call by many names, most of them inappropriate. I’m not a fan, but I find myself going there often since the dear old boy is going to OSU. Over the course of his first semester, we have found ways to keep ourselves entertained in and around the capitol of Ohio. If you find yourself in a similar situation, I’d like to help. Here are the places we’ve gone, and what we’ve thought of them. Continue reading columbus, ohio: what we’ve explored so far
Spring has sprung, fellow eskimos! It’s finally time for us to leave the igloo and hit the trail. Getting outside and hiking is one of my high priorities this year, and thankfully I live in a state where we have a lot of places to hike, and am surrounded by a lot of other states. Continue reading hiking ideas in and around ohio