I used to call them my “Emo Days,” with an inflection of disdain, an inherent curled lip for what I … Continue reading A Head Full of Hell: How We Talk to Ourselves.
I am not a hopeless case. Of course, no one really wants to read about someone who is depressed, except … Continue reading The Hot Mess of Life in Progress
It’s been a long time, but the kitchen is clean and dim. Beyond the screen, a chorus of tree frogs … Continue reading In the Kitchen of Good and Evil: Tot Surprise and Disturbing Honesty
For those of you who keep up with my stochastic entries–all seven of you–you’ll know that recently, I had a … Continue reading A Refreshing Lapse of Sanity: Reimagining the Pie Hole
Today was Day 45. Not a number of any special significance, but I felt the need to reach out in … Continue reading By the Seat of My Pants: Progress on My Fitness Journey and Some Other Stuff
Trigger Warning: If you’ve recently lost a pet, you may not wish to read any farther. This entry explores grief … Continue reading On Most Days: Remembering the Dingo
Today, I’ve spent my time writing largely about Carl Sagan and Kurt Vonnegut, thinking about the impact they had on … Continue reading To Bleed Light: Meditations on Wonder, Beauty, and Pain