Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Tinky Winky's Purse? Winning!

This is my blog. It’s called Brave World Girl, after the blog I kept while in Japan. That blog got mostly deleted by a combination of panic and stupidity. Lessons learned? Back up everything. And don’t pay for websites unless you have to.  

I’m graduating from college this spring. It’s terrifying.

So what is this blog about? You might be wondering. At least, I’m going to pretend that you’re wondering and not hitting the back button on your browser. Maybe your computer froze on this screen, and you have to read what I wrote while waiting for it to unfreeze. That’s fine.

Liberal Arts Education answer: This blog will chronicle the end of my senior year of college and beyond, as I figure out what I’m going to do after graduation and experience the best my senior year has to offer.

Real Answer: I like the sound of my own voice.

Most likely this will be filled with doodles and bits and pieces of nonsense. And funny links (thanks, Stumbleupon!).  Hopefully something interesting will happen that I can write about, because otherwise this will get boring quickly and never really pick up.

I'm going to go watch auto-tuned Charlie Sheen for the bazillionth time. Bye.

Robo Garcon Made a Friend.

'is name is Coco.
   Meet Robo Garcon. 
   He is French.
   He is also a waiter. And very cranky.

                 Robo Garcon has made a new friend. It is a bear. 

           Hello, bear.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011


This is how my brain works:

Just retrieved my laundry from the dryer and found my school swipe card in the pocket of my jeans. It looked remarkably clean. As I picked it up I thought, “I wonder if it still works. What if I was being chased by zombies/rapists/murderers and I had to quickly get into a school building and the card didn’t open the door because the magnetic strip had been screwed up by my dryer? My last thoughts would be ‘I wish I had checked my pockets before doing laundry.’ What a shitty way to go.”
For the record, this is fairly typical. Am constantly amazed that I function in the real world.