Category Archives: BEDA

BEDAFAIL 2012: Get it together, America

Would it be so hard to mark foods “vegeterian friendly” on the back? Would it? “Mind the gap” makes substantially more sense than “watch the gap.” You’re supposed to be mindful of the gap as you step over it. Watch … Continue reading

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BEDAFAIL 2012: Be grateful for America

Be grateful for America. Be grateful for Starbucks, where your tea can come iced, your lattes can come skinny, and your barista understands “triple grande skinny caramel latte, no foam” no matter how quickly you say it. Be grateful for … Continue reading

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BEDAFAIL 2012: Springtime depression

You know that thing where people tend to be more depressed in the winter due to long nights, dark days, and bad weather? Welcome to springtime in London. I felt so bad that Janine came to visit and it rained … Continue reading

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BEDAFAIL 2012: Wanderwhat?

There’s a framed poster wedged between my headboard and the wall in my room back in California. It’s a map of the United Kingdom. The frame was too long for the map, so beneath it, I put a little clipping … Continue reading

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BEDAFAIL: Janine’s visit

I’m honestly just going to try to blog at least a few more times in April as this clearly hasn’t worked out. Anyway, Janine and Brett (and Bryan and Other Janine) left yesterday after over a week in the UK … Continue reading

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BEDA 2012 Day 4: Really?

Really? Did I seriously just have my last class of my undergraduate career today? I mean, I totally did, but I’m still so confused. It felt so normal(well, as normal as a drop in class with three students in attendance … Continue reading

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BEDA 2012 Day 3: I promise I’m not an asshole

I seem to go through my day thinking of interesting and engaging things to write about here, but I get back to my room and it’s all gone. ANYWAY. This blog comes to you in two parts. First part: I … Continue reading

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