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
Sometimes I feel as if I exist in a frozen world. I recently had to fire someone for showing completely intoxicated for their shift. I can't help feeling all of the guilt attached to the multitude of shifts I've worked in an altered and addicted state of mind. What says I deserve to keep my … Continue reading Frozen World
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 was writing like crazy for a solid ten minutes. Then I decided to schedule a blog post. Then the need arose to spend forty minutes on social media. Now it’s an hour later and I still have only accomplished the same two paragraphs on my book. Distractions are the worlds favorite addiction.
Madness is quite curious. So is Stephen Kings continual Alice references. I’ve stopped into Gwierdo’s for lunch this cold January afternoon. Crispy chicken nachos and a hot Baileys and coffee felt like a must. It’s struck the desire to write, which is quite spectacular. By the way, I love this picture so much, and just … Continue reading Harbor Bar
Journey I was so thankful when we stumbled upon this little park a short time back. The leaves had just begun to change and the temperature had just begun to dip. Photographing this bridge gave me the feeling of discovering my own journey, the feeling of truly seeing a path and direction. This photo allows … Continue reading Journey
Small towns have an abundance of material to offer. Every crumbling building can be more than thirty different story starters all on their own. The sister who can be seen crawling on the floor at night with a twisted neck ever since she was killed by her brother when he pushed her over the stair … Continue reading Small Town
This creative beauty is a brand new work of art every couple of days. I wish I could collaborate creativity with even a tenth of that ability. Editing these photos always leaves me full of an inspirational feeling, but my screen still remains void of words. It’s as if my mind is at war with … Continue reading Sip Yard Mid West