Welcome, humble reader, to The Capital L!
I am Savitrii Jay, or Sav for short. I am the “grand” “mastermind” behind this whole business.
I live in the Gem State with my gorgeous and long-suffering husband, CK. Most days we gladly relinquish the spotlight to our son, Chip. He was tanner than me before he ever saw sun, and he rocks jungle animal jumpers like a boss. This summer we’ll add Kid #2 to our collection, a romping young gentleman I like to call Moose.
I started this blog back in 2007, when I was a wee college coed with a mouth full of nonsense and too much time on my hands. A lot has changed since then, but the nonsense is still firing on all cylinders.
Aside from the obvious things like family and weekends, I love hiking, neuropathology, murder mysteries, roller coasters, extra salt, satire, thunderstorms, surprises, Shakespeare, British television, existentialism, and those little drink umbrellas. Ha.
I attended Brigham Young University and loved (almost) every minute. The culture is odd there, but it grows on you. I graduated with my Bachelor’s in Psychology in April 2011. My education didn’t end there.
Until May 2011, I worked as a parking appeals secretary at the BYU PD, along with some of the best people in the entire world. It was there I was reminded that (a) an alarming percentage of people are complete morons, and (b) an impressive percentage of people are amazingly awesome.
This is a public blog, so names and locations have been (clumsily) hidden to protect the innocent and the not so innocent. I would appreciate it if those who know me in person could respect my (pseudo-)anonymity. Merci beaucoup.
Here, have a picture; exposure to my pretentiousness is free of charge.
Thanks for stalking!