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)

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 53

(First off yes, I did fail to post on Wednesday, and have been absent for a few weeks from the blogging world in general. I could chop it up to “life”, an existential crisis, or the fact that Target was out of my favorite trail mix. What my absence really is about is this: some … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 53

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 48

Sometimes clichés are true. That writers are hermits who don't get enough sun. Cause apparently I have a Vitamin D deficiency (pause: please don't worry, everything is being taken care of and I am fine). My doctor said, "We don't want you getting rickets." Ah, yes, rickets. I could get rickets like a poor child … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 48

Introducing NaNoWriMo 2020 (let’s hope it’s not as bad as the rest of the year)

IT'S TIME. IT'S REALLY REALLY TIME. NaNoWriMo is coming up THIS WEEKEND. (AND The Mandalorian. We'll just ignore election day looming in the near distance). I'm am PUMPED. Oh and it's gonna be Halloween (almost time for me to sport my glow-in-the-dark elf years.) This will be my 5th year doing NaNoWriMo *gapes*. It's become … Continue reading Introducing NaNoWriMo 2020 (let’s hope it’s not as bad as the rest of the year)

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 33

"I mean pants are basically a chair that you wear." SOMEONE (me) should really go home instead of shopping for upholstery at the craft store. (I just want to say that the selection was horrendous. All the fabric either looked like it came right out of 2008 or was taken from an old car.) I … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 33

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