Warning! For your own safety, please put down all food and beverage before continuing with this post. You’ll thank me at the end… For a writer, I’m not overly literary, don’t generally get my knickers in a twist when somebody dangles a participle or anything. But, perhaps because I love it so, I do get … More Irony and Acronyms – a user’s guide
So, after doing the WRONG thing for 83 days, I now have 17 days to come to terms with over two decades of chronic illness (with acceptance not resignation) and find a way to build a meaningful life within my limitations. Nothing like a hot deadline to motivate a girl!
Frank pulls at the dead branches, cutting and breaking away the dead wood, fuming… for no real reason, but fuming. Bored and restless he’s tired of hiding out in this garden, hiding under Gloria’s protective wing. They don’t talk much about the zombie-ism but it’s always there, the fact he isn’t “normal.” She’s tried to … More Day 80 – Love of the Living Dead
It may be of note to the reader, the author’s current intellectual pursuits have been fairly evenly divided between: imaginings on the domestic felicity of the undead; stratagems on the administration of her now transient hacker community; and reading of the concluding chapters of Miss Austen’s most excellent novel – Pride and Prejudice. The mental … More Day 57 – a note to the reader
I was talking to a friend the other day; she thinks in addition to that monkey mind rattling around in our heads is a lizard brain. This one driven not by incessant thinking and chatter, but by primordial instinct and emotion.