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Day 359 Risk: Color In A Bar

Day 359 Risk: Color In A Bar

I have a quota of trying to attend two storytelling events a month. With my busy schedule lately, I didn’t think I’d make one, let alone two before the end of April. Luckily my Saturday night opened up, and I was finally able attend 2nd Story, an event I’ve wanted to attend for months. (By … Continue reading

Day 358 Risk: Buy Nutella

Day 358 Risk: Buy Nutella

Oh Nutella. How I love you. I love you so much. You are the bread to my butter, the honey to my tea. I adore every bit of you. And that’s the problem. You know how people eat peanut butter with a spoon? I do the same with Nutella. No need for bread like on … Continue reading

Day 346 Risk: Take A Walk In The Rain

Day 346 Risk: Take A Walk In The Rain

“I’m singin’ in the rain, just singin’ in the rain…” Okay. Not really. My walk in the rain lacked singing. And light poles. But I love a good Gene Kelly reference. The air outside was heavy with the stickiness of rain to come. The sky had threatened to open up all day, dark clouds hovering … Continue reading

Day 343 Risk: Breakfast With Someone New

Day 343 Risk: Breakfast With Someone New

The benefit of attending events alone is that it forces you to meet people. When I go somewhere with my husband or a friend, I stand in the corner, sipping my cocktail, maybe chatting with someone else, but mostly sticking to known territory. It’s safe, comfortable, and keeps me from saying something stupid that could … Continue reading