Next Door

I’m obviously staying in the extra classy part of Dallas. Originally uploaded by peechie. This place is next to where I’m staying in Dallas. Or, more specifically, in Duncanville, TX. Houston in 2008, now Dallas in 2010. I have yet to end up in a city in Texas that I like. Perhaps I’m doing it … Continue reading Next Door


It seems like no time at all has passed since I wrote my last entry about the Couch to 5K running program – but indeed it has. I’m in week 9 of the program – the final week. And yesterday’s run had us out for 30 full minutes of running. And other than the hill … Continue reading THIRTY

Lost the Knack

Greetings from Beantown. It’s a miracle I made it in one piece. I have clearly lost my knack for effortless travel. I started off the day by being late, followed by nearly leaving my wallet and passport behind on the check-in kiosk. Because I am awesome. Of course, before the day started, there was the … Continue reading Lost the Knack

101 for the Locals

You’ll remember that a while back I wrote about the Omnivore’s 100 – a list of the 100 foods whose consumption was deemed necessary by the Very Good Taste blog to consider one’s self a foodie. Shortly thereafter, Vancouver Magazine published their own list of 101 (Vancouver-centric) Things to Taste Before You Die. Here’s their … Continue reading 101 for the Locals

Out of the Closet

I know, it was ages ago when I promised a post about our closet organizer install. And I’m realizing that a) I hate the pictures, and b) there isn’t really much of anything to say about it. I can say that if you’re living in a small space, maximixing what you can put in your … Continue reading Out of the Closet

good mail day

Shoes Originally uploaded by peechie. Today was a banner day in terms of postal deliveries in my world. My shoes arrived (and as you can see, I went with the Louboutins), and I’m typing this on my new xo laptop. Shoes and gadgets both on the same day. I’m not sure which I’m more excited … Continue reading good mail day