Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 61

1. September 22nd. It's officially fall. And it couldn't be a better first, fall morning at 8am. It's dark and deeply overcast. It's cool, and already there are brown leaves scattered across the lawn. The rain is steady, soft drifts of it coming down. It patters with a metallic thunk on the cars, drips and … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 61

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 60

1. I think contentedness is better than happiness. Or maybe I simple prefer the word content to happy. Both are emotions. But happiness evokes a evokes a certain vibe, a style, an emotion that demands certain mannerisms. Happiness is energy. Happiness is yellow. Happiness can feel frail, always on the verge of flying away, forgetting … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 60

March Wrap Up (at least it wasn’t like last March)

Well, we got through the anniversary of the pandemic. While this March was better than March 2020 for me personally (though March 2020 was such a low point that it's really a terrible rating scale), world over March 2021 was still pretty bad, so.......alright we'll get off the depressing train. *disembarks* I'm happy it's April … Continue reading March Wrap Up (at least it wasn’t like last March)

October Wrap Up: woodland kings, revisions, and one slow reader

So just realized that I didn't do an October wrap up last week because it slipped my mind because A: NaNoWriMo and B: I guess I don't want October to end but it is over so here we go. (Pause: did I ever tell you Midwest weather is insane?? Because right now it is *checks … Continue reading October Wrap Up: woodland kings, revisions, and one slow reader

September Wrap Up (aka NaNoWriMo is almost upon us)

IT'S OCTOBER. YAY FALL. *flings bats and leaves in the air* *catches the bats before they fall because if they fall on the ground they can't fly up again and they die* It's October which means pumpkins and flannels and tea and pumpkins and leather jackets and adventures and moodiness and *really should stop talking … Continue reading September Wrap Up (aka NaNoWriMo is almost upon us)

Saturday Morning Post Vol. 32

Let me tell you a story about a writer endlessly wandering her neighborhood. It's the height of the lockdown. April 59th. (Or was it March 33rd?). I feel like I remembering it being warm so it could by May 41st. But also....like I can remember when the lockdown began but not when it actually ended … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post Vol. 32

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 30

You know what I just remembered? Fall is almost here. PUMPKIN PANCAKES. While I'll miss summer, and am not quite excited to see what winter is like in a pandemic (cabin fever anyone????) I'm just sort of here like FALL FALL FALL FALL, if you haven't been able to tell. Fall makes me feel CREATIVE … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 30