There may be no post on Sundays, but I like to post on Sundays.
I've spent the last few weeks pouring over so many words that my brain can't compute or spit out anymore. Between work, holidays, and my urge to finish my book, my brain is as fried as my eggs this morning. I am very excited to have gotten so far as to finish a draft of … Continue reading My Brain Is Fried, But It Was Worth It
I often hear these two life sayings: When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. And Roll with the punches. Personally, I find you can't have one without the other. Every major thing that happens in my life seems both sweet and sour! In 2017, I did not plan on buying a house, but I did. … Continue reading Punch and Lemonade
I am a light snow. A light snow on a Sunday morning is peaceful and serene. I've wrote about it a bit the past week, as Long Island has been graced with a few snowfalls. It made me think about how much I love it, and when this question came to me I realized part … Continue reading What kind of weather are you?
Daily Prompt: Theory Conspiracy theories are always interesting to talk about. One that recently caught my interest was the conspiracy on which Stranger Things was based, because it turns out it was based on a theory close to where I live. I live on Long Island in New York. If you don't know where that … Continue reading The Origins of Stranger Things
A photo can capture a million things, but as many as you see in this photo I see more. Where you see beautiful landscape, I see summer days as a child. I see one of the most beautiful, serene places I have ever seen. But more than that, I see memories flash by my eyes … Continue reading Childhood Escape
It is Thanksgiving, the start of the time of year that is filled with reflections of joy and thanks, yet mine has a lining of sorrow. A few days ago, my grandfather passed away. A year ago, my mom passed away. Grief- it changes you. It changes the way you think about life. It adds … Continue reading Dear Mom and Dad
I never had to think about whether or not I believed in ghosts. But now I am married to someone who grew up in a haunted house. A house where I now live. A house which makes me forced to determine whether or not I believe in such things. Fortunately for me, I have not … Continue reading Ghost Stories
As the weather begins to get colder, I will miss the summer nights by ocean. The beauty of a summer night is in the little things, like the beauty of a sunset, the laughter of friends, the feeling of toes in the sand and a fishing pole in hand. But winter has its own magic … Continue reading Atmosphere of Seasons