My grandfather died on Saturday. He was 87. The last few months I had been feeling an urgent need to go Armenia. And I finally decided that I was going to go in September. Sadly, I didn’t get a chance to see him alive. He died in his sleep. Now he can chase after my … More Loss
Sometime around January, I fell into a major funk. It could have been the colder weather. Maybe even the beginning of a dry spell since a certain hot, young age-inappropriate jail-bait (not really) had left town. Or because the holiday pounds finally caught up with my waistline and I could no longer fit into the … More A Season of LudoBites
You promised you weren’t like the others. That you were different. To give you a chance. You said you’d keep your promises. I didn’t believe at first. I’d heard this before. But you said you were different. Not like the others. And you said this over and over again. I even have evidence… I can … More You Said You Were Different
So after an exhaustive roommate search, which lasted almost 2 months, I finally found the one. It was love it first sight. We met, we clicked, we instantly knew it was meant to be. She moved in couple of weeks ago. The new roommate is great. She’s pretty and she loves lamb. What more can … More Finding the One…
President Obama is in charge. The Democrats are in control of the House and the Senate. And I don’t know what to do with myself. I have been angry for the last eight years. For eight years, I’ve been unable to finish reading anything related to Bush administration policies. I could not read without getting … More What Now?
This is my second attempt at making New Year’s resolutions. In the Armenian tradition it’s all about making a New Year’s wish. The American tradition is about making resolutions. This year, I’ve embraced both traditions. I’ve made a New Year’s wish and last year’s failed resolutions will get a second chance this year. So … More New Year’s Resolutions Take Two
A really beautiful rendition of Stand by Me… Happy Thanksgiving