Monthly Archives: November 2015
Last Sunday, I took another absurdly long walk around Colonial Williamsburg. There are so many hidden gardens and side streets to explore, so it seems that no matter how many times you go you always find yourself somewhere new. I spent quite awhile meandering about the Governor’s Palace Gardens, which seemed as if they could […]
Another infographic to help you in your college search! Yeah!
I love infographics. They are too brilliant for words. If I had the patience and technical ability to make them, I might just confine all of my communication to infographics. Since infographics are so full of useful information, here is one that can help you find a school that is right for you!
Ah! It took me so long to get these photos posted! Now, all of those lovely leaves are gone, mercilessly blown away by November gusts and men with leaf-blowers. At least I have the photos to enjoy. Williamsburg is beautiful all day, everyday, but on a drizzly fall morning it can look simply magical. Rain […]
Trying to cook in a dorm is kitchen is quixotic at the best of times and absolutely absurd the rest of the time; but, somehow, it is worth trying anyway. If you have read the Series of Unfortunate Events, just think of the Baudelaires straining their pasta puttenesca with a window screen, and you will […]
Rather than letting the pumpkin my parents bought me over fall break rot into a malodorous mush on my desk, I decided to put it to use in some tasty baked goods. Believe it or not, you can make your own pumpkin puree, even with nothing but and oven, a bowl, and a fork. When […]
College websites are labyrinths, whether they are carefully laid out or seemingly dashed together, you will not be able to find the information you want to find where you think you should be able to find it: it is a grim truth. As someone who is rather far from deserving the title “tech savvy”, it […]