Growing up, I always thought that my mom was really nice, but she was a mom—moms were supposed to be nice. Now, as an adult, I see my mom as a person and realize what a remarkably kind person she is. She's also funny, wise, interesting, and has taught me many life lessons. In honor of Mother's …
Yes, I plan to run another half marathon. Yes, I beat myself up a little over the last one, but that doesn't mean that I'm done. Oh no—I'm just getting started, kids. In my recap of the Pittsburgh half marathon, I mentioned that I was making plans for my next half marathon. Here's what I'm …
http://youtu.be/u8JtwkhYgLY One of the best Youtube cat videos we’ve seen: lazy cat can’t deal with her treadmill workout. Kitteh, I understand. I hatez the dreadmill, too. LOL: Lazy Cat Loathes Treadmills As Much As You Do
When I was a freshman in college, a friend told me about a superstition. You are supposed to lift your feet when you go over railroad tracks, or you will get pregnant. I still do it.
Steve and I were recently invited to check out Michael Mina’s Wit & Wisdom Tavern in Baltimore’s Harbor East. The dinner fell on Steve’s birthday, and I think it was a pretty awesome way to celebrate. Check out the photos below and click through for my full review: http://exm.nr/ZIrO9C.
I’ve been writing a lot recently, which makes me happy. In case you missed the memo via my Tumblr name, I like to write. Here are a few recent posts/articles: BMoreMedia Restaurants rise from the rubble in historic buildings Dishcrawl eyes Hampden, Fells Point, and Baltimore County for its next culinary adventure CBS Baltimore Best …
http://youtu.be/BCKfYqjnMoY We highly recommend puddle-jumping as a fail-safe method of stress relief. This baby elk is pretty much the cutest ever. Maybe I’ll go jump in some puddles today. Baby Elk Jumping In Puddles Is Pure Happiness
I won’t lie—I’m disappointed in my Pittsburgh half marathon performance. Yes, I’m definitely happy that I broke two hours, but I really wanted to beat my last time and my overall race experience was poor. Everything went well leading up to the race. Steve and I got to Pittsburgh with no issues, met up with …
I just did my last run pre-Pittsburgh half-marathon run, a short two miles without my Garmin (which makes me feel naked). This is my second half marathon and first big out-of-town race. I’m a little nervous; I know that I can run the distance and the pace that I want (sub 8:50-min miles), but so …
Sometimes I think that cats have the absolute best life. Sometimes = Every single day.
May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month! Check out Katharine’s blog to learn how you can help.
Hello lovely readers! Hope your day is going swimmingly.
Alright… here goes nothing! Ahem, introducing my first vlog! (It took an embarrassing number of tries to record one that didn’t make me feel like a total fool. So be kind 😉 )
Click here for Steve’s fundraising page and here to ask a question on yesterday’s post. Thanks for watching and supporting and being overall wonderful people! (And keep checking back in during May – Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month – to learn more about cystic fibrosis.)
… and many, many hours in the office. We asked three people, “What if you could have a conversation with your leaner, healthier self?” See what they said.Blood, sweat, and tears have gone into the campaign ...
I wrote about the best new restaurants that opened in 2012 for WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore, including Birroteca, The Fork & Wrench, Shiso Tavern, Langermann’s on Light, and The Food Market. What’s your favorite?I Wrote: The Best New Restaurants That Opened In Baltimore « CBS Baltimore
If you’re feeling crafty this holiday season, check out some simple ideas from local Baltimore artisans, as featured in CBS Baltimore (and written by me).Best Holiday Craft Ideas From Baltimore Artists « CBS Baltimore
Head over to Ann’s blog for your chance to win!
I scoured Baltimore for some of the best edible holiday gifts, including gooey salted caramel brownies and Faidley’s famous crab cakes.Best Places For Edible Holiday Gifts In Baltimore « CBS Baltimore
I reviewed The Mallow Bar in Rosedale, MD for Examiner.com. I plan to gift some of these for the holidays!Review: The Mallow Bar
Review: PABU's Japanese cultural festival
Best Pumpkin Dishes In Baltimore « CBS Baltimore
My review of Owings Mills Malls’ The Big Bean TheoryReview: The Big Bean Theory
quarterlifecoe: Well guys, it’s official, we got some news this week… we’re moving to San Francisco! A hard earned promotion and a goal, 5-years in the making, achieved; David got a new role on his team (and a mandate to be Westward bound by the first of the year…but let’s not think about logistics just…quarter …
I hate to cook, so I wrote about the best places to dine in Baltimore on Thanksgiving. Don’t ever plan to come to my house for dinner!Best Restaurants In Baltimore Open For Thanksgiving In 2012 « CBS Baltimore
I don’t drink coffee, but my husband does and has been loving it. I love that it’s fair trade. We’re happy.
cougartraining: I always go through a small period of sadness after I come home from spending time with friends that live away.
“All I know about grammar is its infinite power. To shift the structure of a sentence alters the meaning of that sentence, as definitely and inflexibly as the position of a camera alters the meaning of the object photographed.” ~Joan Didion, “Why I Write”
Check out my most recent feature with BMoreMedia, “Entrepreneurs go from Farm to Retail.” I highlight several local retailers who started at farmers’ markets and have since opened brick-and-mortar stores. Entrepreneurs Go From Farm to Retail