Monthly Archives: July 2014

11 things I learned coaching gymnastics

Through high school, university and even when I started my “grown-up job”, I coached gymnastics. For 11 years I watched kids succeed and I watched them fall down, I made up silly dances and improvised ridiculous games, and I learned … Continue reading

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A post about a fish

I have a new roommate. His name is Jesse. I own a fish. This might be shocking to some of you. If it’s not, let me tell you why it should be: In the three years I’ve lived on my own, … Continue reading

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Sentences and Exclamation Points

A few years ago, we threw a surprise birthday party for my mom. The plan was for her to stop by my cousin’s house (where the real party was) to pick something up on a way to a (fake) baby shower. … Continue reading

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