Dear Younger Me, You wrote so many letters to me, your older, hopefully wiser self, that I thought it would only be fair to write one back. I wish you … Continue reading Dear Younger Me
College. It seemed like a great idea at the time! For those of you who don’t know or have simply forgotten, for the last year and a half, ish, I … Continue reading What College Taught me About Life
I am afraid. I am terrified. Not of the dark, or of the sounds outside. I am afraid of what is lurking in the dark, of what could have made … Continue reading A Bubble of Sound
I have done NaNoWriMo for years. Sometimes successfully, sometimes not. But I always tried at least. I always put words down on paper that weren’t there before. There were years … Continue reading No Nano for Me
Well hello October. Excuse me while I glare at you over a mug of tea. You aren’t supposed to be here yet. I swear August was just yesterday. And don’t … Continue reading Stories in Life, September 2021
Hello blue sky, how I have missed you. Did I know how much I loved you until you were hidden? The brown smudge masquerading as sky will be as missed … Continue reading Welcome Back
Goodbye, goodbye. I will hold back a tear, as you whisk by too quickly. The end always comes before I am ready for it. You leave too soon, saying goodbye … Continue reading A Eulogy to Summer
How on earth is it September tomorrow? Come one, can’t we have one more month of summer? Please? I blinked and August was over. I didn’t get as much done … Continue reading Stories n’ Life August 2021
Voila, it is done! Finally. If you don’t notice the changes wrought on the blog I will be offended. This took much time and effort and making faces at the … Continue reading Ta Da!!
I have an announcement! Please do not freak out if you see things changing, and then changing back, on the blog in the next week or so. I am going … Continue reading Stay Tuned
I could think of life as a series of to do lists that are waiting to be checked off. Or I could think of life as an adventure. There are … Continue reading Living Life
I have limited time. Between work and writing and school, my time to read books is not as extensive as when I could blissfully read every summer afternoon. (those were … Continue reading Shall I Read You or Shall I Not?