I said my goodbye to Vail in the middle of yet another blizzard, phoneless, and sad to be leaving the mountains. Vail is, of course, gorgeous; the town is fun whether you’re there for some R&R or to ski or board all day erryday; and the people are ridiculously friendly. Vail is among the friendliest … More Vail: the Do’s and Don’t’s
Last time I wrote, I was pretty stoked that I learned how to ski. On my first day, I stuck to the bunny hill. But today? It was time for the real deal: real runs, real chair lifts, real wipe outs. It was freaking hard, fck!ng fantastic, and hopelessly hilarious. There were moments that had … More Vail, Day Five: Wipe[d] Out
Something big happened today: I can no longer declare myself among the world’s least capable skiers. I think it’s safe to say I’ve been upgraded to the rank of decent beginner.
I am a fantastically terrible skier. My exceptional inability to make it down a bunny hill without an epic wipeout may be unparalleled. Not to brag or anything. And yet here I am, packing up my bags to get on a plane tomorrow for Vail, Colorado. To ski. Down hills mountains. Or at least that’s … More Skiing (or something like it)
Boyfriends are to T-Swift as blogs are to me. I go through them like nobody’s business.* It’s one of those things that’s a little public and sort of embarrassing, but not enough to actually stop. But now that I have been asked several times if I will be blogging during my upcoming adventures, I’ve decided … More The Rumors Are True.