So, it’s been about a week since I declared myself mostly-done with Twitter and made my great return to the personal blogging world. Nothing particularly revolutionary happened. I don’t know what it looked like from the outside (since I was still Tweeting lol) but I definitely felt the lessness of Twitter in my life. This didn’t … More one week later (or, how’s that “no Twitter” thing going for you Grace?)
And now that I’ve enticed you in with a cat photo, here are some random updates: Did I start writing the 007 series just to have an excuse to rewatch every single James Bond movie? Probably, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be fun! Hope you’ll join me in talking about one of my favorite … More Wednesday on Wednesdays 4.12.17
(for those of you who aren’t here for the running, I promise the next post is about comic books) Distance: 5 miles (longest run evahhhhhh) The snow has finally melted. This means I can run on the reservoir again and not destroy my body trying to run up and down hills. Hurray! And today it … More long run report: 3/23/14 (plus, overcoming the 3-mile wall)
Blah. Sick. I deleted the half-marathon countdown widget because it seemed to think that June is in 4 months. I already feel intimidated by my training timeline, like the race is staring me down, no need to accelerate the process, WordPress. (June is more than 4 months away, right? I’m not messing that up?) Today … More sick on a sunday updates
It’s that time of year! Having done a bunch of top-10-whatever lists in my early blogging days, I’m kind of over them now, but I like taking time at the end of the year to take stock, make goals, and figure out what I want to do as I move ahead. I like goals better … More reflections: official “end of 2013” post
Spent some time today going through and deleting old blog post drafts—posts that, frankly, we are all lucky I stopped writing. I really do try to save us all from the dull inanities of my life. (But Grace, I hear you say, all you do on this blog is write about dull inanities. Right, so … More coming soon: Gracetopia, 2014 ed.
I should just stop pretending like I’m going to grow my hair out and embrace the short hair forever.
Since someone asked in the comments of my previous post about the Boston Book Festival—here’s a link to audio recordings of a bunch of the sessions!