THE JOYS OF WRITING: Silver Linings


As soon as I sit down with my hands to the Keys all inspiration seems to evade me. Some find their monsters are terrifying, but I find mine simply confounding. Maybe I've faced death one time enough he no longer scares me, simply another hard to swallow reality. I've found, these pills once swallowed become … Continue reading THE JOYS OF WRITING: Silver Linings

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The Joys of Writing: YOU ARE MORE THAN YOU SEEM


Wow... The parallels I'm met with while researching are astounding. Heroes, and Inventors, and Prophets, Oh My!   A stars death is celebrated when its fate is excepted, with a graceful bow, and a final show of brilliance it explodes, and so a billion stories are spread in the form of its ashes,   stardust... … Continue reading The Joys of Writing: YOU ARE MORE THAN YOU SEEM

The Joys of Writing: A Poem for You <3 Part 2


A Midnight Meeting With My Muse   A beautiful lady paid a visit to my dreams, sprinkling musings of beautiful things throughout, she left symbols glittering for me to wonder about, Through the hazy feelings, I called questions back, but it didn't seem to work like that.   She motioned me forward for one final … Continue reading The Joys of Writing: A Poem for You ❤ Part 2

The Joys of Writing: The influence of Personal Heroes, Humble Beginnings, and Gratitude on the Depressed Brain… PART 1


Hello Fellow Readers! On my journey toward uncovering my writer's voice, I've found myself in the dungeons of self-pity more often than I'd like to admit. The 'woe is me' lamentations of others echoing more clearly around me. In my weakened state, society's 'anything goes' environment seems way too happy to back me up. Doing their … Continue reading The Joys of Writing: The influence of Personal Heroes, Humble Beginnings, and Gratitude on the Depressed Brain… PART 1

Music for Writing or Studying


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zyCjefN4lQ Piano and Cello Symphony  Hey all you studious students, and restless writers! What a beautiful way to start out the week. I woke up this morning to a slick driveway, perfect for sliding across on the way to warm up my boyfriends pick up before he left for the day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMCaac1E1ZQ Piano Music has … Continue reading Music for Writing or Studying

Chapter One: This is Your Home Now


Olivia sat hard on the box spring, the checkered comforter barely cushioned her landing as a pain shot up her spin through a loud creaking beneath her sore bum. "Ouch!" She frowned and rolled to the side leaving room to rub the sore spots. It was official, she was going to hate this place as … Continue reading Chapter One: This is Your Home Now

Flu Season Quick Fix


Listen up! Please click on this adorable ogre of a cat for the link to Dr. Steven Gundry's Diagram, ... Or scroll down for a quick synopsis ❤ Today I opened Facebook to find a post my mother had recently shared about staying healthy during flu season. It is upon us.  Much like the average … Continue reading Flu Season Quick Fix

Day 2: Quiet


There is a verse that always took my breath, one I will carry close to my heart until we part by death. I put it to use for the joy that it brings, I keep it as a reminder, life is in the little things. A new venture and the courage to try it, a … Continue reading Day 2: Quiet

I’ve Loved You Since the Day I Met You


I Get it! I am on my way, while you whisper of a different play, you make me nervous on purpose, while feeding me lies, I'm leaving behind me a thousand failed tries. There are some days that I've felt so lost, sought out mindless self-indulgence regardless of the cost, but I can't stay lean if I … Continue reading I’ve Loved You Since the Day I Met You

I See You


  Sometimes it begins with a picture, sometimes with a single sound, and then before you know it, you are out adventure bound, the structure of life was never meant to be rigid, buying into the cold cut American dream just seems frigid, peddling slices of humanity one piece at a time, selling the lot for … Continue reading I See You