Daily Archives: November 18, 2015
Day 1051: Who loves ___?
The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally
Who loves the title of this post?
Who loves an explanation of what inspired “Who loves ___?”
This lovely morning, as I was thinking about writing a post about anger (and who loves anger?), my boyfriend Michael (who loves me) said, “Oscar loves you.”
Who loves Oscar?
Who loves change? Who loves unexpected change? Who loves changes in WordPress, this morning?
Who loves these photos?
Who loves expressing love?
Who loves music?
Who loves this post?
Who loves the way I always express gratitude at the end of my daily posts?
Who loves Michael, Oscar, taking pictures, music, being a psychotherapist, today’s changes to WordPress, and you? I do.
A Story Told in Drabbles: Parts 6-10
Marjorie shifted the rubble around with her hands, calling out in the darkness.
“Jolie? Jolie!” Her voice was close to giving out now. She coughed.
Her eyes swept over the scene, once, twice, but no hand nor foot could be seen.
“Jolie,” she whispered through tears.
“Marj, I think she’s gone,” Edie said, bouncing a bawling Tavis on her hip. She held up a lantern covered in soot.
They had huddled together in the shelter beneath the barn when the bomb dropped. Hours of digging each other out had followed.
“No. No, we’re going to find her, even if it’s to give her a proper funeral.”
Tavis sniffled, Edie’s stomach growled.
Marjorie stopped. She had made a promise to keep them ALL safe and she had failed.
She coughed and stood up. “Have you found any meat?”
Edie nodded. “The food cellar is intact.”
Marjorie threw her hands…
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That is just so dumb.
Blog Stalking // Damn Delicious.
It has been quite a long while since I have last shared a binge worthy blog.I’ve spent the past few months getting inspired and mesmerized by some amazing blogs. This one though, just might take the cake.
It’s been one of my goals recently to get back into the kitchen. Well I guess more like get into the kitchen at all; there’s never been the much cooking going on in the first place. But when it comes to my busy schedule (which you guys know alllll about), I need my recipes to be fast, delicious, incredibly easy, and affordable! Thankfully, I ran into a site that offers meets all of those requirements and more! It’s time to check out Damn Delicious.
I honestly cannot even remember how I stumbled upon Chungah’s fabulous site, but I am so thankful I did. I’ve tried to get into cooking a few times…
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KURT ROSENWINKEL GROUP || Jazz à Vienne
First, the name of the leader catches your attention, a closer look reveals the names in the quintet – does it get any better?
- Use Of Light 02. The Next Step
Kurt Rosenwinkel (Guitar) Brad Mehldau (Piano) Joshua Redman (saxophone) Larry Grenadier (bass)
Ali Jackson (drums)
What Causes Writer’s Block
Writer’s block is often caused by conflicted feelings. We want the writing to be perfect and we want the paper done as soon as possible. We know what we know but we don’t know what our readers know. We know how the memo should sound, but we don’t have all the facts we need. We know everything about the software, but we don’t know what an article should look like. We know what we have to say but we are afraid that it won’t measure up to our expectations or to our readers’ expectations.
All of these feelings are natural and normal. Everyone finds writing a challenge. Many writers, however, compound their problems by employing weak writing strategies. When these methods fail, they give up.
Weak Strategies for Dealing with Writer’s Block
Using trial and error
Since our short-term memory is limited, trying to juggle in…
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