This is so much on my mind right now. As some know, I was laid off from my job back in March. I took it pretty well, this being the third time now I’ve been through this. I knew the struggle to find a new job awaited me, but deep down inside somewhere I … Continue reading Non-conformist Introvert
So... Long time, no see! Between bad weather (being snowed in with no power for 2 days in January) and just general life stuff, the blog has once again taken a back seat to... well, everything. In an effort to rectify that (at least to a small extent) I thought I'd post a snippet of … Continue reading Flotsam
Just a few pics from the drive home over the last couple of days.
I was tipped off to The Library Writers Project just this morning. The Multnomah Co. Library is looking for books by local authors: From October 11 to December 15, 2016, the library will accept submissions from local authors who would like to see their books added to the library’s e-book collection. The book needs to be … Continue reading Indie Author News – Multnomah Co. Library Wants to Read Your Book
Just a couple pics from last couple days. Sunset last night. And some from Friday.
Not much writing news lately. I did finally add another chapter to Lassuni's War on Wattpad. In the meantime, I wanted to share some nice views of the area from yesterday afternoon. The clouds were spectacular. I've also taken to photographing open fields, because they are disappearing at an alarming rate. There's so much development … Continue reading Oregon Vistas
View from my drive home.
Wow, I registered with WP 8 years ago. Eight years. Holy smokes. I started with my Wandering Mind blog back then, mostly chronicling my bicycle adventures. That blog has lain dormant for many years now while I've focused on writing and Tarot (on the Dangling Pentacles Tarot blog), which admittedly has been more active recently … Continue reading My WordPress-iversary
... when you feel like the world is kicking your ass You have no responsibility to live up to what other people think you ought to accomplish. I have no responsibility to be like they expect me to be. It’s their mistake, not my failing – Richard P Feynman
Warm weather is here, and you know what that means. Yardwork. Sucking up my weekends, when I'd much rather be indoors writing. I'm trying to reclaim my back yard from the blackberry brambles this year, and have finally resorted to chemical warfare. I hate using herbicides, but it's out of control. There's a play structure … Continue reading Summertime, and the Livin’ Ain’t Easy