Friday March 13 2021 There was once a young girl who dreamed of independence away from the hardships of her childhood. She wanted to shed herself of the years of limitations of what others otherwise enjoyed as part of their ordinary lives. There were basic needs she desired, such as winters where you could awake … Continue reading 137. Be the Hero
Saturday December 26 2020 Marks the spot. This appeared over my house. #truestory No more waiting to be marked. My spiral has closed. Since March I've avoided large gatherings, worn a face mask in public, washed my hands and used copious amounts of hand sanitizer, along with my new prescription of eczema meds because I … Continue reading 122. Oh, hello. I’ve been expecting you
Tuesday November 10 2020 Ok y’all, here’s an exercise for your covid-weary mind. [calming voice] Try to clear your thoughts for a moment. Set aside all your worries and stress. Close your eyes and let's do a few deep breaths, just concentrating on the air moving in [pause] and out. [back to me talking] Alrighty, … Continue reading 111. COVID-Weary Minds
Thursday July 16 2020 You know how you’ve seen movies like Trading Places  that show the insanity of the trading floor of the NYSE? The scene is all yelling with bells going off while men in neckties using disturbingly aggressive hand signals because otherwise you don’t know who’s buying orange juice or selling pork … Continue reading 59. Guarding values
Sunday June 14 2020 I can’t even today. Here’s a picture of my dog instead.