Saturday, August 21, 2010

A Little About Girl Kyle

I guess it's now my turn to introduce myself. I've lived on Cape Cod for about 22 years of my life and I feel like that's about 7 years too long. I began my life in the wonderful and classy town of New Bedford so I guess you could say I upgraded a bit when I came to the Cape. Living in one place for so long that offers a very small amount of entertainment for the 20-something crowd is pretty mind numbing. I feel like it's time that I come up with something to do to keep me occupied to I don't go mental.

I've always considered myself one of those people who are really creative but can't figure out what is creative about them. I'm hoping that this venture will unleash something in me that I had no idea was there. There are things that I've wanted to do or haven't been able to do in a long time and this is the perfect reason to go out and do them. And considering I've been stuck inside all summer, (I'm not the biggest fan of the heat and going to bars on the Cape is like walking into an Ed Hardy/Tapout commercial) maybe this will force me to go out into the world and become one with nature.

Please please please give us some ideas. We have a pretty good list at the moment (milking cows, feeding an elephant, para-sailing/gliding) but we would definitely appreciate more ideas. Either leave a comment on any of the posts or email us at


  1. Can I just say that I'm shocked that boy Kyle is proving to be longer winded than me. I'm pretty sure that's a first...and a little bit of a miracle.

  2. There's a open mic for poetry tonight. Here's the info. :)
    Love MOM

    Cultural Center of Cape Cod

    Monthly Poets’ Corner Open Mic Reading with Alan FeldmanAugust 26, 7pm. Come early to sign up for the open mic. The featured reader performs afterwards. The mic is open to poets 14 and older. Free and open to the public. Bring your own refreshments. Hosted by Barry Hellman and Joe Gouveia on the last Thursday of each month, January-October. Featured poet Alan Feldman's latest book is State College 101: The Story of a Freshman Writing Class. His work has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, and The Kenyon Review, among many other magazines, and included in The Best American Poetry 2001.

  3. Hi Kyle(s)! Your blog very interesting! That is a really good idea! I know it is a little bit expensive, but in your next things to do and to publish on your blog you should come to Italy and visit me!
    Greatings from Italy

  4. Hi Nicho! I'm glad that you found us on here. I really wish we'll be able to visit you in Italy sooner rather than later.