Deconstruction of a Creative Space

Moving is something that has become a part of my genetics at this point. Having grown up with my parents separated and pursuing their own lives, it meant that I was always moving between houses regardless of whether or not I would return to them. Sometimes it was just going away for the weekend, andContinue reading “Deconstruction of a Creative Space”

May Amy #26: 1/2 Way to 50

Dear Amy at 25, Congrats! We are half way to fifty and we have a lot to be thankful for. Things may have taken longer than we originally thought they would, but there are a ton of things to be thankful for. Aside from the new job, in December we are featured on a blogContinue reading “May Amy #26: 1/2 Way to 50”

May Amy #18: Graduation

Dear Amy at 17, We made it, but this year is a bit taxing as well. To start off, our French class is going to Quebec but we are sick the week of fundraising. We come back to school and discuss doing our own fundraising, but we are told that instead of allowing us toContinue reading “May Amy #18: Graduation”

May Amy #8: Bird Club

Dear Amy at 7, With the Bird Club in full swing it was bound to get some enemies… at least the type of enemies that a 7-year-old makes. At this age, everyone will tell you that the boys are picking on you or chasing you around because they like you. Always seemed a bit weirdContinue reading “May Amy #8: Bird Club”

It’s June – where has the time gone

It’s been a few months since my last post and things have changed… as they always have: My youngest sibling, Jennifer, graduates this month… which means I have aged as much as I think I have I parted ways with the wonderful online geek magazine that gave me a shot, Paper Droids, to pursue myContinue reading “It’s June – where has the time gone”