Monthly Archives: October 2014

The great normalizer

Roaring, foaming, blue-gray sea, you beckon me toward you with your crashing waves, pulling me forth as I seek a little normalcy. I bike against the wind to reach you, knowing you’ll be there as you’ve always been; knowing you’ll be there

The great normalizer

Roaring, foaming, blue-gray sea, you beckon me toward you with your crashing waves, pulling me forth as I seek a little normalcy. I bike against the wind to reach you, knowing you’ll be there as you’ve always been; knowing you’ll be there

planets aligning?

I recently posted about a string of misfortunes occurring within one week, all of which followed some really good news for my husband and I, who are splitting up. One of those incidents was getting my bike stolen. I have

planets aligning?

I recently posted about a string of misfortunes occurring within one week, all of which followed some really good news for my husband and I, who are splitting up. One of those incidents was getting my bike stolen. I have

You write, I read

I wonder what your writing world looks like… Is it in a quiet little writing room you’ve designated just for you, or in a busy cafe where humanity inspires you? Do you spontaneously peck your words out on your smart

You write, I read

I wonder what your writing world looks like… Is it in a quiet little writing room you’ve designated just for you, or in a busy cafe where humanity inspires you? Do you spontaneously peck your words out on your smart

Daimon – part 2

Read part 1 here.  Middle school was an awkward time for me. I’d had stick straight, flaxen-blonde hair my entire childhood, when suddenly and without warning, a kink formed at the top of my scalp. My mother tried blow-drying it out,

Daimon – part 2

Read part 1 here.  Middle school was an awkward time for me. I’d had stick straight, flaxen-blonde hair my entire childhood, when suddenly and without warning, a kink formed at the top of my scalp. My mother tried blow-drying it out,

Rolling with the punches (wrecks, bites)

This week has been interesting: Evening of October 13 – Bike gets stolen. Night/early morning of October 13 – Husband’s back license plate gets stolen. Night of October 14 – Husband totals car on faulty road that averages two accidents a week, according to

Rolling with the punches (wrecks, bites)

This week has been interesting: Evening of October 13 – Bike gets stolen. Night/early morning of October 13 – Husband’s back license plate gets stolen. Night of October 14 – Husband totals car on faulty road that averages two accidents a week, according to

You will fuck up.

It’s easy to curl up, safe under the soft darkness of your blanket, and let a tear roll over the bridge of your nose and into the crevice of your other eye. It’s easy to be silent and alone. You’re safe

You will fuck up.

It’s easy to curl up, safe under the soft darkness of your blanket, and let a tear roll over the bridge of your nose and into the crevice of your other eye. It’s easy to be silent and alone. You’re safe

packing emotional heat

Dear persons bearing the brunt of my unpleasantness – I’ve been a little out of sorts these past few days. I guess there’s just a lot going on, and I’m more stressed than I realize. I’m sorry I acted like an up-tight

packing emotional heat

Dear persons bearing the brunt of my unpleasantness – I’ve been a little out of sorts these past few days. I guess there’s just a lot going on, and I’m more stressed than I realize. I’m sorry I acted like an up-tight