There was a bit of excitement at my house yesterday. Early in the morning, a mother deer brought her two new babies and placed them in our flower garden. My mom had gone out to water the flowers when she saw them and nearly had a heart attack. Unfortunately by the time I got home…… Continue reading The Neighborhood Visitors.
There are people who write on a regular basis. I want to know their secret. Do they plan their posts out and schedule them, or do they write them as they go along? It’s always interesting to me that people can write long interesting posts on the fly and make it look like they knew…… Continue reading On Writing and the Expectations of Women.
I don’t ever recall becoming aware of what being gay or lesbian meant. I was a child in the 90’s, I don’t think it was something people exactly talked about, especially with the AIDS epidemic getting a stronghold back then. I’m not gay, so being aware of it all or even knowing what it meant…… Continue reading The one about the gay community.
I first read Anne Frank’s diary when I was 11 years old, the same age she was when she first starting writing. It wasn’t required reading by my teacher and I was always surprised when I found out later that people had to read it as a class. For whatever reason, I enjoyed reading her…… Continue reading Anne Frank is My Hero.
It’s hard to get started on something, even if it’s something you’re passionate about. I can sit in front of a blank sheet of paper for five minutes and then say “I don’t have to do this, I can always start up again later.” This can go on for several months or even years until…… Continue reading Now and Later.
I decided to delete Facebook. It was something that I’ve been tossing over for a couple of years now. I’ve wanted to delete it because I’m just tired of it all. I was tired of the arguing, I was tired of the obnoxiousness of some people, I was tired of the silly little memes that…… Continue reading Facebook Unplugged.
Over the weekend, I discovered a new musical artist named Derek Ryan. He’s from Ireland and sings country and Irish music. From all appearances, he’s fairly well known in the country of his birth, but I didn’t know who he was until this weekend when my mom and I were watching a Daniel O’Donnell PBS…… Continue reading Say You’ll Be Mine Forever.