The Power of a Moment

I've been mocked and scoffed at for my movie collection in the past (and not just because they are on my shelf in alphabetical order.) But, lately, whenever anyone gives me grief about the movies I've deemed good enough to own, I have a response: There's a moment. When we think of our favorite movies,… Continue reading The Power of a Moment

A Word on Oversharing or Step Away from the Playlist

Today, someone started following one of my playlists on Spotify. I'm not sure if there is an established standard reaction to this. Should I be honored? Is it an honor? Should I be insulted that so few people are following my playlist? Regardless of how I'm supposed to feel, I'll share how I did feel.… Continue reading A Word on Oversharing or Step Away from the Playlist

Just say “no” to snow cones

Snow cones are a southern thing. Should that be a capital? A Southern thing? Yes. That looks more Paula Deen-ee. When I first moved to Texas, the kids in class with me talked about snow cone stands. Which one was the best, which one was adequate, and which ones to avoid all together. My Yankee… Continue reading Just say “no” to snow cones

Remembering NaNoWriMo and Trying to Inspire Others

A friend of mine, Briana Hansen, is vlogging her National Novel Writing Month journey. I'm being supportive, as you should be if someone you know is doing it. It's tough. It's hard. You need a support structure. I have the added benefit of having done it myself. My journey is atypical. The way I write… Continue reading Remembering NaNoWriMo and Trying to Inspire Others