If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably had your share of derpy moments with those awkward and often embarrassing times when your face turns red and you let out a nervous chuckle.  If you were anything like me during middle school… well, let’s just say that those moments did not make the sixth grade very pleasant. The most recent example of this awkwardness happened on a trip to the grocery store with my roommate.  While he paid for our breakfast items, I decided I’d pick up a deck of playing cards. So, I walked up to the cashier—a friendly, cute looking gal—and armed with my best smile and confident charm, I placed the card pack on the counter and said, “Just this today.”  She smiled at me and said, “Alright, credit card?” For a moment, my brain fritzed out and screamed at me, “No cash?

Nostalgia Week | Little Time

Daydream for a moment and imagine that you’re standing in the wings of an auditorium, looking at the empty stage in front of you; the set pieces have been taken down, the lights give off a dim white glow, and it’s absolutely silent.  You slowly walk forward, and you can hear your footsteps lightly thud and echo. You stop at the very center of the stage and you stare at an audience of empty seats. Now, you walk up the center aisle and up the stairs until you reach the exit doors at the very back.  You turn around and take in every detail; the curved walls, the empty seats, and the silent stage.