I just couldn’t find much on how to process these randomised bouts of grief and depression, especially when they hit during the morning, on my way into work. It’s not that I couldn’t go home, I absolutely can, no questions asked, but will going home to an empty house make me feel better…or worse? Three… Continue reading Trigger Warning – 10 years later
I'm at work, and I keep getting these collect calls from state penitentiaries, the first one was a male located somewhere in Washington State, the second, a woman from here in CA. I hear these peoples' recorded voices and I can't help but immediately think; they are calling a wrong number with their one and… Continue reading équilibre
Was very excited to be back in Sonoma County, even for the day. The husband and I decided, with forthcoming large events already planned, that our first wedding anniversary would be spent in the wee town of Sebastopol, for their Annual Gravenstein Apple Fair. Bay Area funk band Con Brio was such an inspiration amid… Continue reading la réflexion
This Vogue article almost perfectly sums up several of my fears when it comes to motherhood. I’ve touched on it briefly but now that we’re a little older and financially sound, the posibility of having or considering having a kid looms closer each day. I say it like I wouldn’t welcome it but we both absolutaly would. It’s…… Continue reading fête des mères ’17
***LATE POST (like way way late)*** As I headed into the last leg of the nanowirmo process I needed to take a breather from writing, so I came to my blog 😉 **then I waited several months before I came back** This has been such a harrowing experience; attempting to write a 50,000 page novel in…… Continue reading écrire plus!
Michelle Richmond New York Times bestselling author of The Year of Fog, Golden State I’m an introvert who loves entertaining a crowd. I’ve always had a hard time “going out.” Don’t get me wrong, my love of travel has taken me all over the world, from Ushuaia to Beijing to Budapest, Reykjavik to Oslo,…… Continue reading Confessions Of A Happy Introvert | Huffington Post