Verity didn’t like the new role. It was dirty, smelly, and uncomfortable. The director was giving her weird directions too; you can’t go to the bathroom yet, Verity, we need to finish this scene. Your arm is dislocated for a good reason, Verity. That blood running in your eye will look amazing, Verity! Your fame… Read More Flash Fiction Friday: Action!
I left Korea exactly three months ago on December 22. I realized it this morning and thought it was the perfect moment to do a check-in. So hang on, folks, we’re going into the depths of my mind… Anxiety Comparing my anxiety now to three months ago, it’s almost unbelievable how much better I am.… Read More Three Month Check-In: Accomplishments
If you asked me what my favorite fictional world was, the world I’d most want to live in, the people I’d most want to show up at my door, the world I enjoy the most and spend the most time thinking about, it would be the Discworld, a fantasy series by Terry Pratchett. It seems like… Read More Discworld by Terry Pratchett: Book Series Review
On the way to Louisiana, possibly in the town called Epps, there was an old abandoned barn with airplanes inside. Driving by it once or twice a year for a decade will imprint it in your mind. Especially when you have nothing else. This was before smartphones see. So I watched the scenery and made… Read More a poem: epps
The son sat on the park bench, watching his father. He was wearing corduroys. No one did that anymore. The father soon returned with his hand behind his back and sat down next to him. “I wanted to give you something,” he said. “Something I remembered you always liked.” His son stared at the smudge… Read More Flash Fiction Friday: Give Me Time
I know what you’re thinking. This title is click-bait, up there among the lady who married a bridge and the man who married a box of pizza. It’s not like that, I swear. I’ve been reading the book I mentioned in this post, Emotional Agility by Susan David, and it’s…well, it’s one of those books… Read More Today I Married Myself
Emotional Agility is a book everyone should read. It’s a book that takes the ideas about mindset and how to live a good life and gently turns them on their heads. You know, mugging me gently of all my faulty ideas. I did a short summary of the TED Talk by Susan David, the author,… Read More Emotional Agility by Susan David: Book Review