By Lizzy Heurich I happened to be in Georgia’s sixth congressional district during the first week of June. Driving around town, there were Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff yard signs; while watching television, the commercials were inundated with political ads. I kind of felt bad for the residents who still had two plus weeks of… Continue reading Flip the 6th Follow-Up
First, a word on local/independent bookstores… Throughout this article, we link to Amazon.com to allow you to make purchases immediately, if you feel so compelled. We do this because we believe in these books and the authors behind them. We receive no proceeds from these purchases. That said, we encourage you to consider making your… Continue reading FFAF: Persisterhood Summer Book Club
By Lizzy Heurich I’m just going to start out with some honesty: I do not know much about the state of Montana. I have never been there, nor do I really have a strong desire to visit. I don’t know what the capital is (Helena--thanks Wikipedia); I don’t know if Hannah Montana is from there… Continue reading Can Cowboy Rob Flip MT-AL?
*We know it's Saturday, but sometimes life happens. This week, the Persisters tackle an important issue: which kitchen tool or appliance they would replace with one of their hands. Lizzy Honestly, I knew my answer in less than five seconds. I truly believe that the microwave is one of the best inventions ever. Screw indoor… Continue reading Free For All Fridays*: Hand Replacement
By Sara M., Guest Blogger When I was little, my life goal was to be a princess. Not the kind that marries a handsome prince and then spends the rest of her days planning extravagant balls, raising impossibly adorable children, and doing that awkward conservative “hi I see you but you know, I’m royalty so… Continue reading Growing Up With Disney