A Vulnerable Life Update

I’ll be honest. I’ve had more than one conversation in the past few months about how I am a sensitive person. They weren’t, for the most part, people telling me how great it is to be sensitive. I’ve often been told I’m sensitive like it’s a bad thing. I’ll own it, though. Sensitive comes from the […]

“What Lights You Up?” ….She answered, smugly.

This is the last post on this blog. If you’ve been reading, thank you. I’m going to focus on a few new writing ventures and getting my novel (the one I had to put aside for a year after my writing course due to writing course trauma) finished and published.

Farewell, the presumably same 100 readers who’ve been consistent since the beginning.

Perception is Nearly Everything, Sometimes

Like memories of what cannot be Within the reign of memory That shake our mortal frames to dust – Hugh MacDiarmid ——————————- 1. Truth is relative 2. Except when it’s not, and you’re just wrong. As John Mayer once said, “You can be wrong and swear you’re right…some people been known to do it all their […]

The Nostalgic Hoarder

That’s me. The nostalgic hoarder. With all of my talk of simplifying, and my blogged endeavors at letting go, there remains one area where I am/was  woefully cluttered. ‘My Memories’ I’ve called them, as my husband and I  moved them from Colorado Springs to Boulder to Fargo to Moorhead and back to Fargo. ‘Make sure […]