Yippee Yah-Whoops

There is an ongoing (important) debate concerning the proper Stampede hoot and holler. Is it “yahoo” or “yeehaw”? One person has informed me that “yeehaw” is American, but a different person has told me that the radio station said “yeehaw” is THE Stampede celebration. At the end of the night everyone’s words are slurred, so…

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French Piss

I love flying (in a plane). I enjoy people watching in the airport, the anticipation of who I am going to sit with, the view from the window seat and when the flight attendants change up the rehearsed safety demonstration. An airplane is one place we should be aware of safety precautions, but have you…

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Spring Training

Lately, I have been a busy bee spring cleaning (even though my allergy to bees means I am terrified of actual busy bees) and trying desperately to decrease my number of personal items uhhm.. clothes. The amount of things that I have accumulated over the past year flabbergasts me. I wonder if there were designated cleaning names…

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Panic Room

I’ve never really had a fear per say. Sure I’ve been afraid of my own shadow, people who make direct eye contact and men with moustaches, but I’ve never had any common fears such as: snakes, spiders, mice or heights – but if I was on top of the Eiffel Tower and a snake slithered over my toes to…

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Hi Ho Off To Work We Go

Riverdale is the latest must-see drama series on Netflix. It follows the well known high schoolers – Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead. A little darker take on the comic series I will admit, but just as addicting and  vibrant – Archie’s hair jumps out of the television as it did off of the pages, but he…

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Three Buddha Goats Gruff

How many times per day do you think the tour guide at the Empire State Building repeat themselves? I bet they say it in their sleep – more like nightmares. Although, they would ace an exam on the historic building.  I used to find it amusing when people would attend University tourism classes (I am sure people have a…

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Ice Breaker

Starting a new job is always nerve racking. There are so many uncertainties. Will the coffee in the cafe be any good or taste like tar? Will the nurses slip me any of the ‘good’ stuff?  Will I fit in with my coworkers? Most importantly, will my coworkers find me funny?  I do put quite a bit of…

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