I bought this book because there was a giant advertisement with Thomas Lennon and his beautiful dog playing in target while I was in the book section. After taking a glance at it’s inside cover and realizing that it was a middle grade book written specifically for me, I figured I needed to buy it. Only on the way home did I realize that there was a review of it from Weird Al Yankovich on the back, which further solidified my feelings.
Alright Fangirls, it’s the last Friday before I leave. While there are some last minute things that aren’t packed yet, I have a pretty final idea of what is coming with my for my trip to NY and then overseas. I think I’ve packed pretty reasonably, and am honestly proud of how little I’m taking. When I was younger, I went to Europe for 3 weeks and had a full size suitcase, a carry on, and a personal bag all stuffed to the brim. Things are different this time.
This week I didn’t do any actual packing, but I did get some stuff together that I’ll need no matter what across the pond. As boring as it sounds, this week I concentrated on documents.
For this month I’m going to be sharing what I’ve done, packing – wise to prepare for my trip to Ireland and England. Since toiletries are the the easiest to pack early (even makeup!), I thought it best to start with them.
I heard about these travelers undies while listening to travel blogs at work one day. Since my mum and I are preparing for a week-long trip to the UK with just our carry-on luggage, I’m looking for as many ways as possible to make my pack lighter (more space=more room for souvenirs). One of the blogs I was listening to brought Ex Officio up; apparently their underwear is some of the best in travel for men and women, so I figured I would try it out!
Hey Fangirls! At Special Edition New York, I met a lovely woman by the name of Tara Abbamondi. I bought her book On The Morrow, which is a 24-hour comic (she made the whole thing in a day). So I sent her some questions, and she answered them!
Fangirls! As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, I’m beginning to hear the sounds of my childhood ringing in my ears. I come from a family very heavily involved in bagpiping, and of course St. Patrick’s Day has always been a big celebration & a day busy with gigs to play with the pipe band that we belong to. But of course, Celtic, Irish & Scottish music was always ever present in my house year round. So, to bring you all into part of my world a bit & to get you in the mood for the upcoming holiday, I’ve compiled some of my favorite songs that pair well with this theme, as well as a bit of history into the holiday.