Strange Happenings Pulling Me Under

Strange Happenings Pulling Me Under

Something strange happened today. While I was at a stoplight a “not in service” bus pulled up behind me and when I looked in my side-mirror I saw that the driver was a former “friend with benefits.” I hadn’t spoken too or seen since I met my husband. He didn’t see me, and I didn’t try to get his attention. I would have waved if he waved first but he looked tired and distracted. Continue reading

Port Two: Juneau, Alaska pt. 2

Port Two: Juneau, Alaska pt. 2

I’ll keep this quick because I am running terribly behind on my posting. Continue reading

Port Two: Juneau, Alaska pt. 1

Port Two: Juneau, Alaska pt. 1

Juneau, Alaska

Is the Alaskan Capital

2010 census of 31,275 people and the 2nd most populated city in Alaska

Project to rise to 32,113 people

It was hot the day we were there. I swear I just assumed Alaska was going to be cold but I could have packed some shorts! Continue reading

September book wrap-up!

September book wrap-up!

Welcome to another wrap-up of all the books I read with my eyeballs in September. Shout out to Netgalley for the e-arcs mentioned in this post. Continue reading

September audiobook wrap-up!

September audiobook wrap-up!

Another month of books keeping me sane during my commute. Yesterday my phone decided it wanted to have a “moisture detected in the charging port” problem so I was unable to charge my phone… this meant over an hour of switching back and forth between radio stations looking for something to listen to…  mind you my phone never touched water… it was a bad day lol.

Anyway… here is a wrap-up of all the books I listened to in September. Continue reading

Port one: Ketchikan, Alaska

Port one: Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan, Alaska

It is Alaska’s first city and self-proclaimed Salmon capital of the world

2010 census of 8050 people and the 5th most populated city in Alaska

Project to rise to 8,289 people

It is super rainy!

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