Saturday Morning Post Vol. 58

1. 4th of July weekend. The lake is wild today, white caps topping the waves like thick oil paint. The water itself is nearly three different colors, dark grey, green, and bright blue, as if the wind is mixing the water up and dividing it. Back across the road, they are setting up a carnival. … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post Vol. 58

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 56

1. Being an introvert can be hard…(I’m an introvert, in case anyone didn’t know). Being an introvert can feel like you’re constantly trying to be more extroverted. Constantly pushing yourself to be more sociable, and constantly brushing up on your people skills. We usually don’t talk about the benefits of being an introvert. Only the … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 56

May and April Wrap Up: in which I return from the ends of the earth

Ok wow. Just wow. I mean I’m not really sure why I’m saying wow but just wow. (I’m saying “wow” because I missed April’s wrap up post, and actually missed a heck of a lot of posts in both April AND May and also it’s June???? We’re halfway through the YEAR????) It’s June. Let's just … Continue reading May and April Wrap Up: in which I return from the ends of the earth

THE JOLLY GENRE JUBILEE: A WRITING TAG

The wonderful, amazing, illustrious, cookie-flinging Kenzie recently started a new writing tag and I'M ALL ON BOARD *pulls train whistle* The Jolly Genre Jubilee is all about (you guessed it) GENRE. First some housekeeping: RULES & REGULATIONS thank the blogger who tagged you, and leave a link back to their blogleave a link back to … Continue reading THE JOLLY GENRE JUBILEE: A WRITING TAG

If something can go wrong, it should go wrong (like in fiction. Not real life. Please not real life)

(When was the last time I did a post on Wednesday? I have no idea, yet here we are. Welcome back) "If something can go wrong, it will go wrong." Murphy's law. An old military saying. Whatever you like to think of it as. Along similar lines, I would like to create a new saying; … Continue reading If something can go wrong, it should go wrong (like in fiction. Not real life. Please not real life)

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)