How does one work a regular job, live a regular life, while balancing ways to output the creative ideas swarming around one’s mind like bees around a hive? There is a happy medium between being a starving artist and a corporate climber. I’ve never much cared about money or stuff, but, hey, I like to… Continue reading Energy Vacuum
I had an opportunity to look at the stars from a familiar, serene view Friday night. I had been in kind of a funk creatively and in general. The viewing renewed my spirits. I think the warmest, kindest people are the ones who can look back in life and remember how much care went into… Continue reading Staying Warm
I set a goal for myself to complete this book by November. I have roughly ten pages, but the whole story is in my mind. It’s just getting it all out. It’s like I have this thing to share with the world and it might be positive and well-received, but I have to find a… Continue reading Connecting the dots.
I like my own company and I always have. I’ve never minded spending time alone. I think because of this, I wouldn’t know or recognize if I was really feeling lonely. I do think there’s a loneliness that comes along with being creative or an artist. If I had to label myself (although I think… Continue reading Ever wonder if you were lonely?
Let’s start with the Oxford comma, shall we? My dear, lovely friend introduced me to that. It seems so natural to use it; how had I gotten by all those years before without it? Or her? Of course, we studied linguistics together in college, so we both support generative grammar and somewhat discount or denounce… Continue reading Grammar/Brownies