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Author Archives: Courtney
On Sunday an event invitation made its way to me on Facebook. On Monday, for some reason I can’t even articulate, I decided to go back and read some of the archives at Courtney903.wordpress.com. They’re still there. I like me … Continue reading
I’ve been considering a lot of “next steps” lately. I’m beginning to feel a bit like a kid with “Senioritis,” knowing there is an end (and a beginning) in sight, but not having the power to get there, not yet. … Continue reading
Right now I’m hanging out in bed with a glass of sangria and my ipad (except now I’m on Millie the Macbook for ease of blogging, but just a second ago – the ipad) feeling pretty proud of myself. Grant … Continue reading
We have been working toward some really aggressive financial goals lately. Super aggressive. One of them, as of last month, is met (so long student loans, and good riddance!) and ever since I sent in that final payment, I have … Continue reading
Weekends are lovely this time of year. We spent most of Saturday cleaning up the place a bit. Then we laid out fancy (but easy-peasy!) snacks and shared an evening viewing of Les Miserables with my friend Paige. It was … Continue reading
And because I want to remember this foreeeeeeeever: She’s basically been liking any tweet where someone tells her the new album is awesome so it really probably doesn’t mean anything BUT I’M GOING TO PRETEND IT DOES. The end.
Did you know that if you google “Music Row” and view the images you actually get a bunch of pictures of downtown on Broadway? Not the same thing, my friends. But I know why that happens – Music Row really … Continue reading
I got to come home about an hour early today – no particular reason, except that I worked a lot last week and this past weekend, so when I looked at my calendar and it was free from 11 am … Continue reading
My least favorite thing about being a singer is that the slightest little tickle in your throat can completely shut down the thing you most love to do. I don’t know whether to feel annoyed or grateful, because I’ve had … Continue reading