Category: family

I’m listening to my top 100 songs from 2021 Spotify “Wrapped.” I’m highly anticipating 2022’s summary, which should be released soon. Boy, my 2021 songs were emotional and punchy, and pop-y, and mostly upbeat. I’m not sure what 2022 will show, but not that. The songs I’ve liked for 2022 don’t move me, the 2021 […]

I hope you are having/have had a good Thanksgiving, if you celebrate such a thing. While there are things I’m grateful for (I keep a gratitude journal) right now I’m just feeling lonely. I’ve been feeling too down to come up with a Thanksgiving tradition, just me and the kids, post-divorce. So my kids went […]

Yesterday I asked for some prompts for Nano Poblano 2022, and Rarasaur was kind enough to point me to a prompt page. And from there, I discovered Mark Bialczak’s amazing prompts, and this was one of them: Here is my (somewhat) brief autobiography. Can you spot the lie? I was born premature, 6 weeks early, […]

This post has nothing to do with War and Peace. Other than I checked out the novel from the library and I’m at the library right now. I don’t know why I didn’t just buy the book – this was on hold for a long time and I only have 21 days to read it. […]

I’m telling you all now: this post is going to be all over the place. And I won’t have any pretty post image either. What’s kept me from writing these last couple of weeks is a multitude of things. The primary reason is that my children had Covid (they were really sick and I was […]