2015 in Review

Happy new year! It’s so strange how a year can be so long yet feel so short. Ive been told that time will fly too quickly when you’re older, and they’re right. I can’t believe another year has passed!

This year, I…

I went to a lot of trips both for work and fun. Read more…

Weekend at Philly

Seasons greetings! I hope everyone had a lovely holiday this year. I’ve come down with a cold but not before enjoying a chill Christmas at home playing games. I’m still trying to get over it, so this entry will be a quick one.

I managed to edit the pictures I took during my work weekend in Philly earlier this month. Besides Wordcamp US, it was a relatively uneventful trip. It was mostly me visiting my old favorite places and trying out new places to eat. Read more…

Crafted: Fall 2015

Welcome to the first edition of Crafted, a quarterly series detailing my recently handmade items. I’ll be sharing patterns, stitches, and materials I used to make them. I hope you guys find this series helpful. It won’t just be crochet. I’ll also be sharing sewing and other projects at the end of the season.

Since getting back into crochet, I’ve crafted a lot of clothing for myself and my loved ones. The awesome thing about crochet is if you use the right materials, you can whip something up very quickly. Read more…

Boston 2015: Day Two

The Freedom Trail is a path passing through historic locations in downtown Boston to Charlestown. Following it will lead you to places that made an impact on the history of the United States, to the Boston Massacre, the Midnight Ride, to the path of this nations’s road to independence.

It is also a plot point for a major faction quest in Fallout 4. Come on now, don’t give me too much credit. So on my second day in Boston, my friend Alex and I walked the trail. Read more…

What I Wore: In Boston

Greetings from Philadelphia! I’m spending my weekend here for WordCamp US, but I’d like to dial back to my Boston trip for now. I have a huge backlog of travel posts that I need to write, and it only keeps growing. I better move it along or I’ll never get to publish some of them. It’s already happened.

This What I Wore post has been sitting in my drafts since I returned from Boston, so let’s get to it! I had another full-length mirror in my room, so I just used that to take these pictures. Read more…