Tag Archives: A Writer’s Life
How Many Sausages Can I Cram into This?
During one of the scenes in A Woman Trapped, Lizzie has an Instacart misfire. This incident was kinda based on one of my own ordering mishaps. Way back in another lifetime, early April 2020, I downloaded the Instacart app since … Continue reading
The Long Stare
One of the things I love about cats is their attitude. No one can throw shade as well as a cat. I mean the Better Half does a decent job when she notices another gnome (to understand this, click here … Continue reading
I’ve Picked Up an Odd Hobby During COVID
So, I have a confession. 2020 has done it’s best to stamp out any hint of happiness in my life, and it’s almost been successful. But I’ve been doing my best to fight the darkness by shrouding myself in silly … Continue reading
Her Name is What, and How is it Spelled?
There are two facts you should know about me: I have atrocious spelling skills. (This sequence of words took a few attempts before spellcheck could figure out what I was trying to write.) I’m really bad with names. These two … Continue reading
Who do you believe?
I have few needs in life. I love silly cartoon T-shirts (usually Disney or Peanuts and the occasional funny history quote). Hot showers every night before bed. And, to be fed every few hours. During the summer, I volunteered to … Continue reading
There’s What in New Hampshire?
Those who know me best are aware of two undeniable facts. I can’t do math or find anything on a map. So, way back in early summer (which feels like decades ago), when Miranda MacLeod asked me to accompany her … Continue reading
Trying to Hold onto a Semblance Normalcy
This has been a weird year, and the news seems to get even more depressing, making it hard to stay sane. Or even semi-sane. Some days, I end up binging on ice cream while watching Disney movies to avoid going … Continue reading