A Tiny Sense of Accomplishment with Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter— their genuine friendship is very endearing and makes for easy, engaged listening. They also share their works in progress or revisit old material and talk about the challenges, joys, frustrations, and small moments of victory that all writers, published or not, are all too familiar with. Funny, heartwarming, and honest. I always feel either super inspired or lost in deep thought after listening.
Walking from point A to point B (a span of maybe fifty yards) and seeing three different one night stands, the girl you spilled a drink on at that soccer team mixer, and your the ex-roommate you absolutely cannot stand before reaching your destination. There is no anxiety like the “we’re in such close proximity how do I acknowledge that I know this person without actually acknowledge that I know this person?” momentary stress attack.
I spent the wee hours of 2014 in a cramped bathroom, kneeling in my ex-boyfriend’s vomit after he confessed that all of our friends hated me and that I quote “never loved him”. I then had to undress him, put him to bed, and clean his clothing. The next morning, we broke up. But I had to drive him home in a terrible, post-break up awkward silence. Needless to say, it foreshadowed a rocky 2014.
Response to What’s Your Greatest Snapsterpiece?:
one I received from a friend- I was blown away
Response to 12 Reasons To Go To Prom With Me:
I meanIguess my response would have to be here: http://triplelist.blogspot.com/
Olivia White I scoop ice cream and have a dog and am very good at being vague but very bad at writing bios
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