Here From The Fearful Adventurer?

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You might be here because you were browsing a blog called The Fearful Adventurer, in which Torre DeRoche (fellow ball grower!) referred to me as an  irreverent, offbeat, and unexpectedly hilarious therapist and bereavement counselor. I guess that’s what happens when you write a story about your vagina, and enter said story in her writing competition.

If you think that’s weird,  how weird is Torre DeRoche for selecting my vagina-themed essay as 1 of 5 “notable” entries in a competition against 72 non-vagina related essays? SHE’S the wacky one, not me! ;)

Anywho.

I’m at work today, which means I’m doing the serious work of NOT being irreverant, offbeat, or vagina-focused as I support grieving families. But I snuck out for sec, just to welcome any new visitors and give you links to some of my favorite articles from the archives:

This Is What It Feels Like To Chase Your Dreams

Confidence: The Key To Hot Chicks, Cool Jobs, And Your Heart’s Desire

Letter To Ikea From The Very Worst Minimalist: Downsizing = Upgrading

ABL’s Origin Story: The Sh*t Storm That Saved My Life

Surviving The O-J Friendship Dilemma

Lessons From My Pen Pal On Death Row

Lessons Learned From Paying Off 28k In Credit Card Debt– Part 2

If any of these articles inspire and amuse you more than they offend you, sign up for my brand new Sunday morning newsletter (packed with inappropriate hilarity, blog updates, inspiring quotes…and a free gift– coming soon!). You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks for stopping by!

PS. I’m off duty tomorrow. (It’s Independence Day here in the US.) Let’s meet back here on Monday, k?

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3 Responses to Here From The Fearful Adventurer?

  1. Pingback: The 50-Year-Old Vagina, And Other Baby Fears | a brave life

  2. Torre says:

    I’ve just spent the last two hours reading various posts on your blog. I’m so in love with you, your voice, your outlook. And then I discovered that you’re an INFP, like me, and now I’m wondering if I’m simply falling in love with my own reflection? Oh well… I’m off to read more.

    • Kimberly says:

      Yay, Team INFP! Speaking of being in love with your own reflection, Srini told me about your competition a while back but I wasn’t sure if I’d join because I was so busy at the time. But then I heard your interview on Blogcast FM, loved your personality a ton, found your pro-balls site, and fell in love with you some more. Looking forward to digging into your archives (and the BOOK!!).

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