I may have attention deficit disorder. I’ll let you decide. Today I felt the need to look up the origin of the phrase ”blow sunshine up your ass.” Why? As my post started writing itself today, the first line (which again, wrote itself,) was: ”Today I’m going to blow sunshine up your ass.” Let me … Continue reading Blowing Smoke and Sunshine up Your Ass
I will admit that I suffer from anxiety, the origin of which can be traced back to my mother’s uterus; it wasn't big enough and I was forced out. Since then I’ve wondered, what does the future hold? Who, what, where, how, why, and when can I take another Xanax? Not knowing what is going … Continue reading What is the Truth?
"The Daily Post, January 16, 2016, Daily Prompt: B+~Write about what you did last weekend as though you’re a music critic reviewing a new album." The foreboding tone of last week opened up as any classically enigmatic week in recent past, with the exception of the instantly wrenching, (or retching), clattering force of a virus … Continue reading Finals and the Flu
A good day in Central Park. The Daily Post, August 21, 2015, weekly Photo Challenge: A Good Day ~ <a href="https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/today-was-a-good-day/">Today Was a Good Day</a>
I haven't written a post in forever without the aid of a prompt. Today, the prompt is not there. I'm worried about two things: 1) Is the prompt guy okay? Does he need my help? Where is he? How can I help him? I've been reading Gillian Flynn's books this month, and as such, I … Continue reading Here’s the thing-
"But he who dares not grasp the thorn Should never crave the rose." The Tennant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte When one thinks of the Bronte sisters work, Charlotte's "Jane Eyre", or Emily's "Wuthering Heights" come to mind. I am a fan of both those novels, and the other works of those two Bronte … Continue reading The Tennant of Wildfell Hall