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candy crush saga | a game that will make you question your existance. how can a game so simple make you stuck on a single level for five months at a time? free; but will extort you by suggesting that 99 cents may be all you need to spend to get those extra five moves.
day one | a cute mini diary to document your day by location, pic, short prose, tags, etc. 4.99
studyblue | another flashcard app, but way more awesome. organize your classes, upload notes, add classmates. free.
iHeartRadio | the best radio app evarrrr. listen to stations all over the country, no matter where you are. free.
Brightnest | cute app the gives you ways to improve your home; cute, handy, helpful diys. free.
iFruit | app accompaniment to GTA V. Stalk businesses for discounts, customize your car & license plate, & take care of Chop. c: free.
Emma Peterson Irby (1916 – 2005)
I’d like to dedicate this short blog post to my great-grandmother, who always made Thanksgivings about family & food. Her home now is only a memory, as the cute & quaint one-story on 2nd Ave. that was in our family nearly 100 years was demolished by the city. I often remember going to her home on the weekends. They were filled with fun, & always something to do. I’d play with her nail polish, go to the park near her house, play games & puzzles she kept in the back room. She always made my brother & I wait until after 12pm to eat any sweets, & then we were allowed to help ourselves to her candy cabinet (THE BEST) & the ice cream that was always in her freezer.
Thanksgivings were much of the same. All of our family would visit the little house on 1901 2nd Avenue for food, music, & family. You’ll see people you haven’t seen in years. The house was our congregation spot, & always felt like home no matter who you were. I was still sanctioned at the Kids’ Table the last Thanksgiving we were able to spend with her in 2004–though I was the oldest kid at the table. LOL. That made me mad, but I got to spend time with my smaller cousins (who aren’t so small anymore–my, how time passes).
So this Thanksgiving is dedicated to you, gramma. Thank you for the memories–for reminding us all the time that family is most important no matter what happens. Thank you for all the sweets. Thank you for all the lipstick kisses, though I thought them gross & embarrassing at the time. Thank you for trying to keep the family together even though we have a multitude of issues. We’re doing better, & hopefully making you proud. Some of us are still in contact; some wounds have healed, & we’re moving on. Though we’re not perfect, we do live through your memory.
Forever & always, my love,