Burnt Omelette in 10 Easy Steps Ingredients 2 eggs 1 tbsp canola oil 1 skillet 1 stove burner, heated Directions 1. Place skillet on heated burner. 2. Crack both eggs into skillet. Add canola oil. 3. Scramble eggs (because scrambled eggs are what you intended to cook in the first place). 4. Walk away. 5. …
Once upon a time, I started keeping a list of “rules” that required a written record. And so begins my public sharing of it….
Hey there, dearly beloved, I have no idea when I first ran across the two sites (links are below) that inspired and informed this blogpost. I only know that both resonated with me enough that I tucked them away for future reference. Their content is of the Things That Make You Go Hmmm variety, so …
it’s been in the back of my mind to write some parody lyrics applicable to our modern e-book age. So, without further ado or don’t, here is said parody. Enjoy!
Because I’ve had an icky evening (READ: pregnancy is not for sissies), and I haven’t the fortitude for delving deeply into anything, here are a few thoughts on current events both local and not: Olympics 2012 Closing Ceremonies º I know I picked up on the meaning of many of the elements because I’ve spent …
Via Google Analytics, I get to see which Google searches lead visitors to my blog. Here are a few of my recent favorite keywords…along with an original poem about my vacuum cleaner….
Anybody else out there a compulsive doodler? Me, I can’t listen well without a pen in my hand. Here’s a great video on learning through doodling, as well as some shots of my own random doodles!
For your perusing pleasure, today I offer a two-fold announcement: my latest writing project and the publication of my latest (sci-fi, “kissing book”) short story!
What does “created to create” mean, anyway? Why is it important? What does it have to do with writing? Today I’m discussing how the spiritual relationship with words helps define the writing life.
A marital horror incident of epic proportions. In mine own living room. Read at your own risk.