Every boo goes through an evolution of sorts in her lady bromance. You go from primordial boos, to early/primitive boos, to upright-walker kind of boos. I used to be in the upright camp, having conquered ominous trees in cute-as-fuck small towns, a biblical plague and a homicidal mouse in a mansion of horrors (#LivermoreNeverForget), and … Continue reading The Making of a MoH-FO: Lessons from a Retired Maid of Honor
Tatiana Tries Positivity
Today, I decided to try a little experiment in positive thinking. I know, I know--this from a person who plows into people on the sidewalk and will abuse those who don't give up their seats for the elderly. However, I had a strange desire to try being more positive and looking on the bright side so … Continue reading Tatiana Tries Positivity
No Birthday Blues-ing Here
There's this thing I like to call, "The Birthday Cycle of Shame." It happens every year and it all starts around November, three months before my glorious day of birth (I've been petitioning for years to have it named a national holiday, but those government schmos just don't seem to get the importance). The impending … Continue reading No Birthday Blues-ing Here
Man, that was a long nap. Can't believe no one woke us up. So, why were we hibernating and what happened while we were in the great metaphorical cave? Well, first of all, I got a new job--which means a lot of walking around in downtown San Francisco and pretending like I'm going somewhere very … Continue reading Miss us?