Author Archives: Chelsea L

Two Purple Lines

I sat in my office, my head slightly spinning, as I pushed through page after page of COVID testing sites, anxiously hoping to find an opening within the next few days. The words “filled” and “unavailable” had seared themselves into … Continue reading

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I Made Bingo

My 21st birthday was a month after COVID began. Stuck in my room, I spent it watching YouTube videos and going on a walk through the woods; my plans for a big birthday brunch out the window. For years, I … Continue reading

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How to Survive Black Friday: Deals and Steals for 2021

It is just around this time of November every year that I begin to get mildly anxious about the looming Black Friday. Every year I find myself lined up behind freezing hoards of sleep-deprived shoppers, rubbing my eyes and hoping … Continue reading

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Driving Past Baltimore

My life has always seemed to orbit around Baltimore, and once again I found myself cruising past the old city, and watching its colors fly by. What caught my attention was the cruise ship docked in the harbor, its lazy … Continue reading

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A Weekend in Washington DC

This weekend, I found myself driving down through the backroads of Maryland, passing the fields of yellowing corn and basking pumpkins, toward the capital of our country. The wind became a bit rough the closer I came to the National … Continue reading

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What to do this Fall: Advice from an Autumn Addict

The best time of the year is among us. The air has finally reached that perfect sweatshirt temperature, the leaves are beginning to paint the skies in golden and amber, and the pumpkin patches are filling up with the favorite … Continue reading

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Fresh Air and Fallen Leaves

Legally speaking, I am an adult now; I have to pay taxes, and worry about getting nails in my tires, and other such adult things. Recently, I bought myself a new dresser, and honestly there is nothing in my mind … Continue reading

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