drunked and drunkeder · embarrassing myself · friends and fambly

get brunked…old school style

When I decide to throw calorie counting to the winds, I like to do it in a highly visible, extremely obnoxious fashion. I bring you: karaoke night at our favorite divey karaoke bar from back in the day. Similar to the monthly coffee date, last night was a wonderfully long walk down memory lane, in… Continue reading get brunked…old school style

friends and fambly

the waaaaaayyy we weeeeeerrrrrreeeeee…

I've been thinking a lot lately about both the "good old days" (90s anyone?) and the bonds between people, specifically between me and my friends and family. Have you ever felt like suddenly all the people your life seemed to revolve around - or at least, orbit most of the time - are suddenly off… Continue reading the waaaaaayyy we weeeeeerrrrrreeeeee…

friends and fambly · hobbies

it rains, it pours, it tacos (except when it’s HMS Boat)

Somehow it never fails that we fail at something on our camping trips. This time it's not really our fault, it's more the weather. Which, although I like to think I can control a great many things in my life, weather is not one of them. The entire week before we got here: 80s. The… Continue reading it rains, it pours, it tacos (except when it’s HMS Boat)

friends and fambly · throwback thursdays · work

throwback thursdays (vol. 15): fourteen (that’s f-o-u-r-t-e-e-n) whole years.

October 8th marked my fourteen year anniversary with the company I work for. Let me say that again. Fourteen (14) year anniversary. I never in a million years thought that I'd work at a place this long, much less still feel as passionate about it and challenged today as I did fourteen years ago. Let's… Continue reading throwback thursdays (vol. 15): fourteen (that’s f-o-u-r-t-e-e-n) whole years.

friends and fambly · life and stuff

the fair! the fair!

For those of you that don't live in the Pacific Northwest, you might not know about the wonderful over-packed-ness that is the Washington State Fair. Also, previously known as the Puyallup Fair, which I can only assume they changed since no one from out of state could pronounce it. For those not from here, that's pronounced… Continue reading the fair! the fair!