Project 365 | Week 14

I may have to post this a day early.  Anyway it’s a Friday night, so guess who is a blog loser.

Happy Holiday’s Today and this week! 

Remember this week I’ll be in Philly — ruining my vegetarianism with Philly Cheesesteak – gotta try the local foods.  My brother tells me that real Cheesesteaks are made with Cheese Whiz – can anyone from Philly vouch for this?  If so, where do you recommend I scout out the perfect Cheesesteak and do you recommend I try a place where the men have blood stains on their aprons?  All these questions…so little time.

I will be at St. Francis Inn this week.  I am Catholic and most religions, including mine, believe in good works so I am going to work in the food shelter there.  It’s really interesting because they serve the food instead of doing it cafeteria style. I can’t wait to meet new people, experience the good feeling of serving, and literally waitress for the first time.  Let’s see how many plates I can hold on each arm.

Day 92 | Teeth Excavation

Yep, I’m the girl who takes photos when the Dentist walks away to talk about some kids metal mouth.  “So different from his brother, so slumpy.  And the other studying biology, friendly.”  It’s strange listening to dentist/hygienist conversation like they think you’re out, but really you’re just numbed.

Day 93 | You got it, dude.

I felt so 90s in my mom’s white jean dress.  This isn’t a fashion blog, but I was killin’ it.

Day 94 | NC Poetry on the Bus

It’s National Poetry Month.  That means, Poetry on Buses.  Ride for free, tour Raleigh, experience metaphor.

Day 95 | Egging

All of them were orange.  In other news, my nephews now a dyed mutant.

Day 95.5 | America's Next Top Model

He may be almost a ginger kid, riding on the side of strawberry, but he’s darn tootin’ cute.  My brother produces.

Day 96 | Unedited

I took this SWEET photo through the glass outside of our kitchen.  It’s my family in one shot with a feature of our house model.  My mom is reflected on our porch while Jas and my dad are in the kitchen.  I’m not even sure how this happened, but I love it.  Plus, I’m growing corn – the squirrels didn’t get it all. Yippie!

Day 96.5 | House Model

So, instagram came out for Android.  All that means is that you experience more catness. (Not Katniss, catness).

Day 97 | Don't worry I didn't put my smell/touch on the nest, I have good zoom.

This caption makes me sound like A World Report on Cars.  My brother has a Robin’s nest in his hanging ferns. H.J., I’m hoping you love this.  I know not to touch the nest, and now so does my nephew after I yelled at him about a thousand times.  Hopefully they become full, adult and make more blue speckled eggs and red breasted chests.

Everyone have a darling week.

14 thoughts on “Project 365 | Week 14

  1. Elisa's Spot says:

    ewwwwww!! I LIVE in PA and cheez whiz is gross, but some areas of my state insist, blech a GOOD cheesesteak comes on pizza dough bread, and has mozz and provolone on it, I like onions and mushrooms fried, others don’t….

  2. avian101 says:

    Hi C.,
    You’re an exceptional girl-woman with a drive that the Apollo rocket pales to compare. You’re all over, doing everything that can be done and more! The day you write your autobiography is going to look like the Encyclopedia Britannica! My goodness gracious! By the way you look beautiful with the long dress and all.
    I’m happy that the little robins are well and will be fledging in a few days. Thanks for the mention on your article.
    Did you ever get my email with a few lines that I wrote and asked you the favor to read and opine?
    Have a great time in Philly, please go easy with the food! Take care! :)

    • Cassie says:

      I will try my best to not shove my face full of food. And thank ou for all of te compliments. I love the word fledgling. What a beautiful word. If I ever finish a poetry book I’m going to call it that and thank you :) did you read my email response

  3. Mackenzie says:

    first of all, your blog title is AMAZING! it cracked me up. second of all, LIKE YO STYLE, GIRRL. sorry for the overwhelming eloquence of this comment, but i just thought i’d say hello :)

    • Cassie says:

      Most eloquent comment I’ve read all week. You have a way with words, makes me melt. :) I feel like you’re going to be the next Neruda OR you would fit in well at the teen center I work at (seriously, though…come work there…you can use “bro” in a sentence and not feel like you need to be on a surfboard or wearing a flat baseball cap). And thank you, and hello! YAY. Come back. I’m going to visit your blog right now even though I’ve been there because I remember the name – easy peasy.

      PS. have you read Zelda Fitzgerald’s letters to F.Scott, they’re only FACKING eloquent and amazing. If not, read them. READ THEM.

  4. Ellen Rhudy says:

    Yeah, you are supposed to get it “wit whiz” which, frankly…gross! as a vegetarian i can’t comment too much on philly’s cheesesteak-ish offerings, but my dad is a major fan of the schmitter which, if you can get out to the chestnut hill area of philly (the R7 or R8 train from septa – it’s about a 30 minute ride from center city), you should try. it’s served just at this one bar,mcnally’s – which even if you wanted to eat something else, i’d recommend.

    • Cassie says:

      That sounds delicious – I’ll have to ask the group I’m volunteering with to take a little trip. I really want to ride the L anyway since I’m going to be hearing it all night.

  5. Bea says:

    I love the little birdie pictures and the “Facking” eloquent and amazing letters. It’s amazing what a vowel can do.


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