I hope you're all doing well out there. I haven't been moved to write a blog post in a very long time, but the topic of this post keeps coming into my line-of-sight and I have a few thoughts on it. For most of my adult life, I have been a cube dweller in Corporate … Continue reading COVID-19 and Corporate Life
Someone asked the question on Twitter today: As a writer, what's the one thing you'd ask Santa for? My answer: To win the lottery so I could quit my dayjob and have time to write. I honestly don't know any other way to get more time. I spend two hours a day physically on the … Continue reading Time, Time, Time
It's been an odd couple of weeks for me. Starting with the Thanksgiving holiday, where I grumbled about having to take Friday as personal vacation because my company doesn't give it as a holiday (as my previous companies have done), all was well until that Sunday night. I'm only telling this now because a lot … Continue reading Dispatch from the Zone – My Excuse
Here’s our lovely card for the week, the Ace of Wands from the Victorian Romantic Tarot by Baba Studio in Prague. The Ace of Wands is the root of the creative powers, a beginning, fire energy. This could be good. A new creative undertaking about to take off? Maybe Prometheus has some fire from the … Continue reading Feeling Creative?
I stopped in at Powells on the way home tonight to get my copy which I pre-ordered way back when. I can hardly wait to dig in to this one because OMFGILOVEGLENDUNCANSOMUCH. For those who missed the first installment in this man's soon-to-be trilogy, you can read my take on it here and the beginning … Continue reading She’s HEEEEeeeeerrrrrree
Eh, what the hell, why stop now? This place just makes my head spin. We have it all here: Drama, intrigue, grandstanding, backstabbing, power grabs, politics. Dilbert's got nothing on us. Another reorganization of our entire department, worldwide, went into effect this morning, causing some peripheral damage but also some potentially good news. Let me … Continue reading To Whine, or Not To Whine?