The fall leaves are on the ground, and couples are out and about. Staying indoors, is something I can't help but avoid until the Winter officially comes. The last date I went on, was in December of 2013. It was not bad, but we've never talked to since. That's okay, because at the time I… Continue reading Being single & 23.
Every Wednesday, I love drawing the hot water to help me relax after a stressful week. Water is a beautiful part of our world. It's not until drought season approaches that I truly understand the importance of water. The two small rain barrels outside are about a third full of rainwater, and it's fun watching… Continue reading Wednesday Weekly Bubble Bath’s
An unbelievably witty and charming lists and ideas on why I am still thankful after Thanksgiving. Okay, maybe not. I am currently behind on my National Novel Writing Month word count by twenty-six thousand plus words. Today is the 27th, so if I write at least 7,000 words a day, I'll finish above the 50-K… Continue reading Thanks and Giving
The end of 2016 is coming near, and so is this month of November. Yes, this word count is going towards NaNoWriMo's 50,000 goal. When 2017 begins in 35 days and counting, I will have already tested out my resolutions. This idea came to me about two years ago, when I was struggling with… Continue reading Why I start my New Year Resolutions in December.
The holiday season has begun, and the Starbucks I am at is playing Cheese Cake by Dexter Gordon. My relationship with music goes back to the Spring of 2005. My Father was a rude and crass man; he refused to let me join band. To the point, where he tore up my letter of "acceptance"… Continue reading Month of Musicianship and the role of Music in my Life.
Personally, I despise it when people don't think about the harm we've traced on the environment as humans. And this is where I got the idea behind my NaNoWriMo novel, for all you people who are spitting out words like me this month. Some towns don't have recycling programs, and for those who do, certain… Continue reading Tiny things for a tiny Eco-friendly home
Day two of National Novel Writing Month, and I've had a iced green tea, iced caramel macchiato, a iced mocha at home, and 16 cups of water over the past two days. Last night, I made homemade pizza, which was was easy, since the crust was already made. I've also snacked on lots of post-Halloween… Continue reading Wednesday’s Writings: Tilt Feature!