If you have a 3D printer, feel free to bring the following photos to life. Otherwise, imagine yourself eating delicious food and escape the reality of potentially drowning in snow.
I think I certainly put off writing about graduation long enough.
For my last spring break, I was lucky enough to visit Kiawah Island in South Carolina. It’s known as the place that hosted the PGA Championship in 2012, but it’s also home to gorgeous ocean views and marshlands. We were hosted by the WONDERFUL Bernstein family at their gorgeous home, where we were fed some … More Spring Break at Kiawah Island: Golf, Sea, but Mostly Dinners
Life without food is like a broken pencil: pointless. ^^ can also be used as a pick-up line Food at Amherst. Ok, bye. If you want to know more specifically what something is and where something is from, just message me because I’m too lazy right now to label everything.
I think the thing about February is that it comes right after January. While that may be one of the dumbest sentences I’ve ever written, it’s true. We go into January with new ambitions and expectations that are common with the start of the new year. We expect that things will change drastically and that … More Fuck You, February
A good grilled cheese can be one of the most simple yet delicious things you can make. I’ve discovered two really good grilled cheeses that are easy to make in Val: -) Turkey, Provolone (I prefer Cheddar bc the Provolone can be a little shady sometimes), Pesto, Tomatoes, and butter on the panini’d bread … More How to Make Val Decent, Take 6: Grilled Cheeses
My weekend had some great highs and some pretty abysmal lows. The lows culminated in an email that the senior class just received kindly reminding us that we have only 100 days left until graduation. In response, I started frantically searching for food in my room. There was none. Again, another low. But here are … More Graduation is 100 Days Away…So Food