“If You Didn’t Vote for Trump, Your Vote Is Fraudulent,” a piece by Adam Serwer in The Atlantic

If you care at all about preserving the democracy we have enjoyed in this country for more than 240 years, I highly recommend that you spend some time with this piece. Not just reading it, either. This is one of those pieces that should be chewed on and digested with both time great intent.


Winter & Christmas Wallpaper

Like I said in my Late Fall & November Wallpaper post, I'm a big nerd that likes to browse the internet in my free time (hah) for seasonal and holiday phone wallpapers, but, of course, I can never use them all, so I've decided to start sharing them with everyone here in this blog.

The age-old Christmas movie debate has been settled. Now, let it go.

Today is December 5th, we're smack-dab in the middle of the holiday season, and I don't want to hear one more word, from anyone, about their stance on this debate. Nobody's opinion on this topic matters anymore. It's done. In the words of Elsa (a character in an also-NOT-a-Christmas movie): LET IT GO.

Deck the Halls with Crocheted Christmas Decorations

I've been crocheting since I was about eight years-old. If you also crochet, and if you're anything like me, you probably have all kinds of yarn just sitting around the house. I often feel overwhelmed by the odds and ends of different colors I have left over (but don't want to throw out), so I'm … Continue reading Deck the Halls with Crocheted Christmas Decorations

My Newfound Favorite Pumpkin Dessert Recipe

I recently tried this recipe for Pumpkin Cream Cheese Crumb Cake, originally posted by Your Cup of Cake, and, as someone who loves everything pumpkin, let me tell you: it is truly decadent. If you're looking for something new this Thanksgiving, this cake is it. You could easily swap out the pumpkin pie (blasphemous, I … Continue reading My Newfound Favorite Pumpkin Dessert Recipe