It’s Just What You Do

There are two kinds of people in this world: People who are good during emergencies and people who aren’t. Tim Arndt is great during emergencies. I am not. I’ve been Read More …

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Jesus Fasted; We Did the Whole30

Tim and I are finishing up a successful Whole30. While we didn’t plan it this way, Day 30 landed on Easter Sunday, which means no Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs for me, Read More …

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Motel Guys Named Patel and Women with Big Feet

In March, Tim and I attended “Overheard with Evan Smith” at KLRU on the UT campus. The guest was Dean Baquet, executive editor of the The New York Times.  I Read More …

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Da Doo Ron Ron

Tim Arndt is a thrifter. For as long as we’ve been together, when Tim is missing, I’ll get random texts asking if I want this cool vase or this rug or Read More …

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We Share the Same Zip Code

I always call the Uber driver when they’re on their way because inevitably, I’m on the wrong side of the street or I’m bad about car brands and can’t find Read More …

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Another Audition?

First off, thank you all for cheering on my daughter as we waited for the outcome of her audition to the fine arts program. When she got the acceptance email Read More …

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Asking for Prayer Hands/High Five Emojis, Please

It’s a big day at the Arndt house. Today is the day our daughter ER auditions for McCallum High School Fine Arts Academy’s Cinematic Arts program. It’s a mouthful because let Read More …

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Thoughts on the Women’s March on Austin

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of Read More …

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2017, I’m Ready for Ya!

New Year’s Eve is my favorite day of the year. Years ago, once Tim and I tired of the pressure of going downtown, fighting the crowds, and spending too much Read More …

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Ignorance, Want, and a Hairy Chest

From the time I was about 4th grade on, every year I had a Christmas tradition of reading Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. I still have the same slightly ratty Read More …

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