Category Tuesday Tunes

June Playlist

So, by now, everyone should get use to the playlists coming up a bit late. June was a bit of a blur. A humid, sweaty, Mr. Freeze in my classroom blur. Open in Spotify Lissie – Shameless: I have a bad habit of a loading up the beginning of my playlists with my favorites, and […]

May Playlist

Only a little late…but you’s a big fine woman, why don’t you… May Spotify playlist

April Playlist

Don’t even think about the fact that it’s April 4 and I never posted my March playlist. Just don’t. Also, don’t think about the fact that it’s only Thursday, too. I can’t even wrap my head around the fact that it’s not Friday yet. It’s felt like Friday since Tuesday. Instead of thinking about any […]

Tuesday Tunes: Throwback – Wish You a Good Day

Today…today was a day. I came back to work after my Austin vacation (more on that to come) to find a new computer/monitor. And then halfway through the day, following a restart, I found out all of my passwords had been changed. Which, you know, should be whatever. I kept telling myself it didn’t matter. […]

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