• International
  • Faking French in Brussels


    Our train pulled into the station early Sunday morning. It wasn’t until we stepped off of the train and onto the platform that we realized our mistake. Above our heads was a sign directing us towards exits and other trains. After a week in Germany we were feeling pretty confident in our elementary German skills. […]

  • Domestic
  • Cry Baby Hill

    A mermaid referee and "God Hates Figs"

    It’s 9:00 a.m. and I’m following Travis down a sidewalk in a ridiculously hilly downtown Tulsa neighborhood. In one hand I’m carrying a thermal bag of freshly fried chicken. In the other I’ve got a giant water jug and a grocery sack full of chips. Travis is pulling a wheeled ice chest that’s packed to […]

  • Domestic
  • St.Louis

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    Whenever I go to a new city I try to truly embrace the city. Instead of staying in a hotel, we opted for Airbnb and stayed with Jason and Dawn right in the heart of St. Louis. They were wonderful and recommended so many great places like Pi and Strange Donuts. Pi is a funky […]