Strange Wednesdays: I Drink and I Learn Things

Ever since I started getting into writing poetry and fiction again in April, I have been looking for avenues to improve my writing. Unlike fellow blogger Jeff Cann, I'm not brave enough to face a group of "real writers" in a work shop or conference yet, so I've turned to the internet in search of... Continue Reading →

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Strange Wednesdays: Dear God, It Has Teeth (Update)

In May I wrote about the true life inspiration for one of my flash fictions, a medical dummy languishing in a box in one of the offices my company sublets. Last week I was very happy to discover that the dummy is finally out of the box, and lounging on a desk in a pair... Continue Reading →

Strange Wednesdays: Crafting Some Cheer

I've taken a bit of a blow this week at work. Nothing that threatens my job, just a cancelation of a project that, long story short, I put a lot of work into preparing for. Everything was scheduled for this weekend, and it was abruptly cancelled yesterday afternoon. It was disappointing to say the least,... Continue Reading →

Strange Writing: Sevenling

Evidence of violence was scattered around the house A severed limb, bloody knives, a jar of eyeballs A cardboard box with older remains The scent of barbeque wafts through the air Burgers, corn on the cob, pasta salad Dinner waiting patiently on the table Amy always liked to start decorating early *********** 1. The first... Continue Reading →

Strange Wednesdays: Food Holidays

I love tracking down weird holidays, especially ones that celebrate food. From Pi Day to Wine Day, what better way to brighten up the work week then a celebratory treat? Next Tuesday is Peanut Butter Cookie Day, and I plan on making a batch of the easiest cookies to bake to commemorate the day. The... Continue Reading →

Strange Wednesdays: Dark Water

Next week I'm heading off to a week long vacation at Myrtle Beach. One of the things I'm looking forward to the most is sitting on the beach at night. To me, there is nothing more calming then looking out at the ocean after dark, taking in it's vastness, and considering infinite possibilities. The photo... Continue Reading →

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