I absolutely love this image. The windows all seemed to be trimmed in the color of oxidized copper. The brick itself resembles the color of an old penny. The purple hue to the sky and the maroon cloud above the American flag. And doesn't the tower look haunted? Simply gorgeous. The beagle and I watched … Continue reading 1183 The Tower
Watching Mara on Netflix. I just went to Walmart for more whiskey and wasted another $3 on office supplies I definitely didn’t need. But, they are super cool paperclip flags. I’m excited to use them. But, at the end of the day, I could have easily used some of the old super cool post it … Continue reading 1178 Beautiful Geese
Love cures all huh? I just got my job threatened by a superior to my superior because I refuse to move an hour and a half away for no upward movement or salary increase. There’s no way in hell it would be worth it for me to do that, she definitely made it sound as … Continue reading Drain Pipe
I have A furry friend who has been with me for eleven years. I recently watched a movie where a woman was murdered and the pet she treated like her child was sewn into her uterus. This has made me question a few life choices, but at the end of the day, Im happy and … Continue reading Furry Friend
I want to create a world. There is not enough satisfaction in a single story, not enough life in two or three. But, a world of stories is an entirely different animal with it’s own breath and soul. That is what must be created and nurtured.
I’ve read several articles that state one should never edit their work until it is complete. I am fearfully of this because I am on my sixth rewrite of a book who’s storyline is still vastly incomplete. The words seem to flow with greater ease after every pass, so it can’t be entirely harmful. Although, … Continue reading Orpheum
I’m really trying to decide wether I should make the investment into Scrivener. I’m currently doing the re-write of my book on Pages. Would it be worth it to transfer the document over. It seems to provide more tools for organization. But is that necessary, or another of my many distractions and unnecessary wastes of … Continue reading Staircase
I visited St Louis for the first time a couple years back. I had just started my photography hobby and I fell in love with a picture I took of an outdoor clock near the center of the city. These clocks seem to present themselves in every midwestern town I visit now. It's crazy how … Continue reading Clocks of the Midwest