Category Archive: Change

November: NaNo, Kat-Crits, and Sandy

How they hey is it already November, guys? Seriously? I’ve gotta get my pie-pumpkins roasted so I can start cooking! Anyone else thrown for a loop by how quickly time is flowing by?… Continue reading

O-tanjoubi Omedetou + Crits for Water + Some Photos I Like

This is going to be a post full of random (but awesome random). First of all, it’s my birthday. (BALLOONS! HAPPINESS! and later, I shall have COCOA WINE sent from my LOVELY PARENTS… Continue reading

An Oldie but a Goodie: World Water Day

A Mizu Nomihodai memory… In November of 2009, as I neared the end of Mizu Nomihodai (All you can drink Water, my first charity: water campaign), I got this phone call at my… Continue reading

Start your Engines. Crits for Water 2012!

So, after Thursday’s slightly tongue-in-cheek account of my life (I know, everyone was reading with baited breath), here’s the Sorta Secret Thing. I bet lots of you guessed it. Yeah, Crits for Water… Continue reading

Hometown Pride

OLYMPIA, Wash (Reuters) – The Washington state Senate passed legislation on Wednesday night to legalize gay marriage, moving the state closer to joining six other U.S. states and Washington, D.C. in allowing same-sex… Continue reading

Serious <3

“…in Iran, we think democracy means comfort, when in fact freedom means having to bear responsibility, which is difficult.” -Farhadi, director of the Iranian film, A Separation I spent most of today doing… Continue reading

2012 Resolutions: If you don’t make ’em, you can’t break ’em.

Last year, I made a huge, GINORMOUS list of resolutions. And despite failing on a number of them, it worked out pretty well. (Highlights? I got an agent, raised nearly $7000 for charity:… Continue reading

Attention airports

Seriously, airports? Seriously? Dudes, a huge majority of your customers are gonna have laptops/cell-phones/other electronic objects that require charging. Especially if you’re an international airport. For goodness sake, please get more outlets. Please.

Sex and Pizza

“Why do you have pizza?” “You’re hungry,” a cross-country runner said. “Because you want to,” Vernacchio affirmed. “It starts with desire, an internal sense — not an external ‘I got a game today,… Continue reading

Couple Things

First, read this. (All of it. It’s worth it, I swear to God, and I’m usually a skimmer.) Even if you’re not a gamer. And especially if you’re not a woman. I think… Continue reading