Sickened by immigration crisis but grounded by new find: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.
I approached last weekend in a mood. Another death occurred in the family, someone for whom I have much love and respect, and with whom my mother was very close. Our family has taken a real beating in the past two months and I feel increasingly helpless and useless. But there were birthdays to celebrate … Continue reading South Street Santa Muerte
Cool, it’s working. I lost six pounds last week. If you’re checking in for the first time, I’m exploring the Whole Food Plant Based diet (health vegan) while training 5K, T25, dance, and occasional free and body weight routines. So, I celebrated by PIGGING OUT AT LANCASTER VEGFEST! Some would say that I negated the … Continue reading Pigcasso
I have tried to write about it more than once. Maybe I’ll need more than what I have allowed for self-care, months of quiet retreat and tears and watercolor paintings, to process the several family tragedies so far this year. I am still not ready. I’ve tried. It’s…I’m not ready. But I wanted to at least follow … Continue reading Digital Diary – On Grief & Other Things
When I began this blog, declaring my commitments for poetry and flash fiction, I was worried it might interfere with my novel. I promised myself that The Waterclock Wars would remain my primary objective. And so, it has. I dedicated the weekend to character editing, beginning with Julian Hardwick. I am still working through his … Continue reading Digital Diary – Story Vomit