I know I said the can’t adult series would be moved over to Gallantly, gal, but this one is way more appropriate for this personal blog because it’s basically me freaking out. So I had to apply recently for the renewal of my insurance, and it was close, let me tell you. Thankfully, I did… Read More Not being able to adult #4: why did you call me?!
You’ve heard me talk about my oldest and dearest friend before, right? Her name is Liza and she’s one of the most amazing people ever–always bright, cheery, and optimistic with an admirable touch of resilience, determination, and stubbornness–and we have known each other since we were nine (we’re twenty-six now, but again, what’s age anyway).… Read More The story behind my name ‘enniya’
Get to know me better! So you already know that I was a big aficionado of reading since basically birth, but did you know that that led me into being a huge Nancy Drew fan? I loved reading the mystery books (which, for the longest time, I was positive was written by one person named… Read More My love for Nancy Drew games
One of my biggest regrets, honest to goodness, is not beating my classmates in a race. You may be thinking, “Whaaaat?” but it goes deeper than that, really. It’s a moment that haunts me because I just think to myself, “You frustrating little…” and get mad at myself because I was the one holding myself… Read More I was neither the tortoise nor the hare
Oh snap, I was gone longer than I thought I’d be from my blog! Sorry guys! I was busy the last five days enjoying life and having fun and celebrating with friends and family. It was all really special and memorable. I hope all of you also had good weekends and enjoyed the 4th of… Read More After a great 4th of July vacay…
Story time, kids! Gather ’round! Tomorrow I got a wedding to get to and then a sweet little 4th of July vacay, but I will leave you with a different kind of post today. So I was always obsessed with reading and books since even before I could actually read. I would find any pamphlet… Read More When I knew I wanted to be a writer