Monthly Archives: September 2015

Sarah’s Surrender by Lavinia Kent Book Review

Sometimes we do get second chances. Sarah Swilp has finally resigned herself to marrying one of her father’s creditors to protect her mother from ruin when her first love, Jonathan Perry, returns to London after five years away. They parted … Continue reading

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Listen at Winflo with Casey McPherson and Drew Davis — September 19, 2015

It looks like the venue has some other great shows in the upcoming weeks, too (I know personally that Guy Forsyth is quite amazing!). Overall, I had a great time at the show even if the musicians’ sound was much … Continue reading

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Trying to Find My People

I’ve been struggling for the last several months to figure out who exactly my people might be as I push myself to explore things I’ve never tried or really done.  I’m realizing that my twenties, which are when most people … Continue reading

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Clubbing with the 80’s

So…I went clubbing at local goth/alternative/punk club Elysium last night for their regular 80’s night event since I didn’t have to work today, and my belly dance class was cancelled due to the holiday weekend.  I’ve never been a big part of … Continue reading

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