In a last-ditch effort to attract trick-or-treaters to our apartment’s front door, Gwen strung purple lights and fake cobwebs around the railing outside, and wrapped our door with caution tape. I said no one would show up and she looked more sad than I had ever seen. Then she proceeded to tell me that, if […]
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
GAINESVILLE — After months of living in various states of homelessness and mooching, I finally have my own apartment again. Yet I still find myself sleeping on the couch. It’s not so bad, since the reason is that I still haven’t found my sheets. Not to mention, I own a pretty comfy couch (though it’s […]
Walking through Target today, I saw all of the new fall clothes out and I was thinking about buying some of them for the upcoming cold weather. Except I don’t have to worry about any cold weather. On Friday, I accepted a job at the New York Times Editing Center in Gainesville, Fla., and I’ll […]
There’s been some talk in the news lately (read: the past few years) about cyberbullying. We are of a generation that, for the most part, escaped our most tender years before cyberbullying became mainsteam. Thank goodness.