Anecdotal Evidence · Travel

See you in Denver: The Story of my Doppelganger

Do you ever look at yourself in the mirror and wonder, “Who am I… really?” I sure do. And I think the answer might be this: Cindy Cervantes. “Who is Cindy Cervantes?” you ask. Cindy is a woman I’ve never met. My doppelganger. I was visiting Denver a few weeks ago, and on my way…… Continue reading See you in Denver: The Story of my Doppelganger

Anecdotal Evidence · Drunk · Travel

A Texas Moon in Barcelona: The Story of an Onion and my Bare Butt

I haven’t blogged in 3 months. Frankly, I’ve been in a slump. Slump-dom, a veritable Kingdom of Slump, where finishing a bottle of wine on the porch is an accomplishment on par with doing laundry or writing a letter to my senator. So what happened these past three months? Aside from horrible, horrible things worldwide….…… Continue reading A Texas Moon in Barcelona: The Story of an Onion and my Bare Butt

Anecdotal Evidence · Travel

Connecticut Fear: The Story of How We Got Punk’d by Gordon Ramsay

This weekend, my mom and I went to the Connecticut town that inspired Gilmore Girls, because *WE ARE ADORABLE. We expected to stroll around with coffee, enjoying small-town life, but we didn’t expect to have a paranormal experience. Thursday at 9:30 pm, we pull into the Curtis House Inn, “The oldest inn in Connecticut.” The…… Continue reading Connecticut Fear: The Story of How We Got Punk’d by Gordon Ramsay

Anecdotal Evidence · Travel

Where 2 Next? The Story of Planet Earth

The world is hopeless in so many ways. Pretty much every show on TLC (except *Cake Boss) proves that. But wait…the trailer for **Planet Earth II reminded me that our world is also awesome. Hopelessly awesome! Sorry to all you other planets out there. I know you have craters, Ridley Scott, and Sigourney Weaver (all…… Continue reading Where 2 Next? The Story of Planet Earth

Anecdotal Evidence · Travel

Flashback Friday: The Story of How I Almost Died in a Canyon with a Mormon Whose Name I Never Got

Story time! Last summer, my boyfriend and I drove cross-country for 6 weeks. We made a big circle, going south, west, up the coast, back east and home again. One of my favorite memories is of the time we almost died in Utah. Let’s begin… Chapter 1 – NOPE We stop at Zion National Park,…… Continue reading Flashback Friday: The Story of How I Almost Died in a Canyon with a Mormon Whose Name I Never Got