I know these are all by Austin Kleon except for the paper and time one. I'm not sure who created that one. Favorite? Mine is the old-school, deep-fried love letter one.
Dear Clementine, Today is November 27, 2018. It is a Tuesday. It is also your birthday birthday. You were born around five o'clock in the afternoon. I am not sure at exactly what time, but here is what I do know. You were six pounds, fourteen ounces. You were born three days after your due date. Your… Continue reading A letter to my niece
This year, around the time when summer was about to start, I felt the urge to get a haircut. It started off when a couple of girls got their hair cut and reminded me that I should probably get one too. Also, if I think about it, I usually tend to go for shorter hair… Continue reading Sometimes, all you need is a different conditioner.
For me, the days bridging the end of August and the beginning of September are also the first few weeks of school. It's also the time of year when I most frequently get asked questions such as What do you think of ___ year so far? Do you like your classes? Do you like your… Continue reading My honest feelings on new school years
It always takes me a while to figure out how to begin a blog post, but I'm struggling more than usual with this one. So I'm just going to write a list. 1) Last year on June 20, I unleashed my first post on Zoelogist. 2) June 20, according to this website, is also National Ice… Continue reading A survey(!) and a post in the form of a list
Olivia (who ROCKS) nominated me for this award (thank you!!). Here's my favorite post she's written, and I'm going to throw in another one of her's too because books, duh. Also, before the questions start, isn't that cat(or bear?) in the rainbow hoodie the perfect doodle for this post? That's all I had to say. Moving on. What… Continue reading The awesome blogger award (AKA I discover, once again, that answering questions takes me a long while)
PART ONE I know, these first few cards have nothing to do with birthdays, but it'll get there. PART TWO Let's change gears. PART THREE This is the last part. THE END To answer some questions people have asked me after I showed them my index cards: 1) No, I certainly did not come up… Continue reading What if I told you there’s a fifty percent chance that 2 out of 23 people have the same birthday?