Thursday, July 23, 2015

Ocean State of Mind

Welp, I've done it again. Up and changed it all in a few short months. New job, new car, new apartment, new state, new life!

 I've transferred from the Granite State to the Ocean State. I switched it up from the cold, stony, reserved wilderness above The Wall to the bright, beautiful, humid land of beaches, art, and food! Look out world, because everything's coming up Meredith!

Stay tuned for more!

 It was so easy living day by day 
Out of touch with the rhythm and blues 
But now I need a little give and take.... 
 It comes down to reality 
And it's fine with me 'cause I've let it slide...  
I don't have any reasons 
I've left them all behind 
I'm in an Ocean State state of mind

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Chaos is a Ladder

Game of Thrones Season 4: Hurry up and get here!

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Hipster Isopod

Watched The Bay last night. It was touted as a "real footage" shaky-cam documentary, similar to the Blair Witch Project.

What is with Maryland and these types of films?

Either way, it is pretty obvious to someone from the Eastern Shore that it is definitely all nonsense; however, once I suspended the disbelief, it was enjoyable for what it was. It was scary, and touched on some very real concerns regarding the Chesapeake Bay, like how it is becoming a giant toilet thanks to the agricultural runoff.

Here is a new meme I made about my new favorite animal, the giant isopod, or Bathynomus Giganteus.

Monday, September 16, 2013


I just came home bitching and complaining about what I feel is a bad haircut. I get on Facebook, looking for a distraction from this First World Problem, and find out that a friend of mine from high school is dead, and has been for a year and a half. A family member had tagged him in a status saying they missed him.

Obviously, we weren't that close, or I would have found out sooner. I still find myself extremely upset. He had struggled with cancer since he was a toddler, and I knew (also through Facebook) that he had a relapse at some point. He had a good life, and was married at one point (no children that I know of).

He had a crush on me in tenth grade, and asked me to Homecoming dance that year. I'm not sure I even went to the dance at all, but I wish I had. Maybe we would have danced to this song.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Timing is Everything