The purpose of this blog is to create a space to capture some of things I have noticed since returning to the States after 8 years and to give friends and family a place to check in on the "goings on" here in SF. The name "why dwell" is derived from a new personal saying of mine. My sister calls me the Queen of Denial - - I prefer the more zen state of "why dwell??"!
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Wicked Good Travel & Activities highlights fun activities to try, restaurant and recipe suggestions, party and gift ideas, travel tips, and more!
This blog is a must-read if you're looking for something fun to do in the New England area. It's useful for visitors, newcomers, and long-time residents alike. But WGT isn't just about New England! Topics regularly venture to places all over the United States and abroad and most topics translate to readers no matter their location.
I write about just the random adventures I'm having making the transition from my twenties to thirties, single to married with two stepdaughters, finishing law school and going into career law, moving from DC to Savannah in a humorous, real way....more
The chronicles of a few highly dysfunctional friends who live somewhere on the West Coast, scattering chaos, random acts of mayhem & frequent debauchery upon the mere mortals in their paths. Think Sex & the City meets Witches of Eastwick. But with out the penis sacrifices. Unless it's really necessary. These tales are inspired by the actual true lives of the writers. Mostly. Except for when we are completely lying. Which is pretty much all of the time. Cause honestly, we're full of crap....more
Wide Eyed Gypsy is the swashbuckling and opinionated alter ego of an otherwise sedate, out of work accountant. WEG shares with you her travel, food, opinions and concerns. You can love, hate, agree, disagree, collaborate or dismiss her out of hand - but you can never pin her down!...more
Wide Lawns and Narrow Minds is a social satire about life in South Florida, from the perspective of a witty and often abused country club employee, who must deal on a daily basis with the exploits of the tasteless, demanding, tacky and unreasonable Rich White People for whom she works.
This is my personal story journaling my life as a twenty-something God-loving newlywed. I was born and raised a Texan and transplanted to Arizona to take on a job as an event coordinator. I balance it all while trying to find the grace in between....more
… deployments, PCSing and holding down the homefront– It’s a Sailor’s Wife
I’m a small-town woman who fell in love with a Navy man while he was
on shore duty in Michigan. And then I decided to join the Navy Reserves
as an officer (still waiting on my commissioning). On March 21, 2009,
we were married… just in time for him to return to sea duty in the
great state of Washington. Without me.