In the words of the Fresh Prince himself, “Now this is a story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside down…” However, there’s one anecdote from my very recent past that is sure to rival that of Bel Air royalty. It all started on the morning of Saturday, September 10, 2016. All day, I received countlessContinue reading “A Funny Thing Happened…”
This post isn’t particularly deep, but I took these two photos and I wanted to share them. Even though I’m not an early riser, the morning sun is something I consider spectacularly beautiful.
Almost Home As I close my eyes and try to drift off to sleep I hear the hum of the engine and the whoosh of the road under the tires. I feel you take my hand and kiss my knuckles, whispering “we’ll be home soon.” I feel the steady tremble of the car as itContinue reading “I Wrote Another Poem”
It is all over today, The bond that existed my entire childhood. A thousand memories that meant so much to me, All of which are down to dust. I’ve hated you for a while but I knew you always cared, I’m indifferent about your existence now after the things you said. You can never takeContinue reading “It Is All Over”
Rain The sky darkens. Gray clouds roll in. Listen to the Drip, drip drip of the rain on the roof, the car, the grass. Rain on the leaves like gentle applause as lazy gusts of wind send rain tap tap tapping against my window like a dear old friend.
Here in the USA, Thanksgiving is tomorrow so I wanted to share with all of you my favorite mac & cheese recipe! It’s very easy to follow and customizable to fit your own unique tastes. I don’t add breadcrumbs as a topping as that’s not something I enjoy on mac & cheese. Bon appetit! Source:Continue reading “One of My Favorite Recipes”
Hilda, one of the few plus-size pin-ups of the 1950s is the creation of illustrator Duane Bryers. From 1957 to 1985, Bryers generated over two hundred gorgeous paintings of this voluptuous ginger beauty for a series of calendars released by printing company, Brown & Bigelow. Atypical for the era and ahead of her time, HildaContinue reading “Hilda”
One summer afternoon in May of 2017, I was casually browsing the adoption page of my local animal shelter website. I often pass the time looking at adorable animals on the internet. Their cute furry faces always make me smile when I am feeling down. I never expected to see the loveable face of aContinue reading “My Cat, Graham”
On September 30, 2020, I decided to do something I would not ordinarily do. I had been toying with the idea of trying new things, and I happened to be in the mood for a small adventure. As is the case with most people, the places that are local are often the least explored. WeContinue reading “Nature is a Healing Space”
Hi, thanks for asking. Truth be told, I’m not doing very well. I have tried to keep this blog free from reminders about the COVID-19 pandemic and the impending United States election, but as with all things I try to avoid, they have finally caught up with me. As you know, a plague has descendedContinue reading “How are you?”
Listening to Neil Gaiman talk about writing with Sir Terry Pratchett and creating Good Omens together is a story I will never get tired of hearing. Especially when he compares it to having Michelangelo “ring you up” to go paint a ceiling together. It reminds me of how I became great friends with my favoriteContinue reading “Of Inspiration and Mentors”
I wanted to make a Halloween post, but I couldn’t think of a single thing to write about, so instead, I’m sharing my favorite Saturday Night Live Halloween sketch with all of you. Enjoy! David S. Pumpkins A haunted elevator attraction tries to spook its riders (Beck Bennett, Kate McKinnon) with an original character, DavidContinue reading “Happy Halloween!”