I feel good about giving money to the ACLU. Today we published a full-page open letter in the New York Times to President-elect Trump pic.twitter.com/FOpRqn9oNY — ACLU National (@ACLU) November 11, 2016 Advertisements
It’s that time again! When nerds across Massachusetts travel many miles in blistering August heat in heavy, uncomfortable cosplay to attend that Mecca of geek shopping and celebrity photo ops: Boston Comic Con. My schedule only permitted me to attend BCC on Saturday and Sunday this year; I usually go Fridays and Sundays because Saturdays are insaaaaaane. This year … More Boston Comic Con 2016
You were the best friend any girl could hope for.
I have been informed that, as this is a tale of a pet in distress, I need to begin by spoiling the end: Watson is OK. Onward. I adopted Watson in 2012. He was 4 years old, orange, and tailless, and how could I resist that face? He had issues when I got him—his face … More 2015 Low Point: The Watson Situation
The Race On Sunday, February 22nd, 2015 I ran my first half-marathon. It wasn’t, overall, the most spectacular race that a person ever ran. In fact, on February 23rd I probably would not have called this a highlight of my life at all. It began well. The first half of the race was the greatest … More 2015 Highlight: The Half Marathon
Merry Christmas! Look, this present came in the mail for you: 2015 was certainly a year that happened. I’m going to dip my toe back into the blogging scene in 2016—we’ll see how that goes. There will be a few “highs and lows of Grace’s life in 2015” posts before the end of the year, … More Merry Christmas (2015 edition)
From my little family to yours. :)
The Superhero 5K in Cambridge, MA, will always hold a dear spot in my heart—last year’s was the first road race I ever ran in my life, after a knee surgery and physical therapy and many months of training. After a great experience last year, I was obviously going to run it again. This year … More race report: Superhero 5K