Two Year Review

The editing page reminds me that I began this draft on 08/30/18, and true to my sputtering fashion, The-Two-Year-Mark has come and pass, and here we finally are.

Good Internet – Girls of a Certain Age

Recently I found this website by the founder and former editor of Lucky magazine — Kim France. Upon discovery I immediately started binging her posts for an embarrassingly long time.

Why I Write

To be rid of one’s own words, to be at the end of one’s own wits.

Why I Read

The interior of some pages will be with me forever, I just have to meet them first.

From Salt Houses by Hala Alyan

What is a life? A series of yeses and noes, photographs you shove in a drawer somewhere, loves you think will save you but that cannot. Continuing to move, enduring, not stopping even when there is pain. That’s all life

Today I had a frustrating experience

And it is 100% in my power to resolve the emotional fallout.

Thoughts for a Thursday 10/04/2018

“Our art has no home in a place where we are not respected.” – Honey Davenport.

The Importance of Self-Care

A big part of mental health maintenance is just about adequate self-care.

Thoughts for a Thursday: Please Read!

Recently our block had a neighborhood cookout, and I found out one of my neighbors is actually a children’s book author/illustrator. This was incredibly exciting for me, as I’ve been mulling over an idea for a children’s book since a

Starting Today: The Famished Road by Ben Okri

In the beginning there was a river. The river became a road and the road branched out to the whole world. And because the road was once a river it was always hungry.