Tag Archive: writing

Adult Colouring Books will End Me

I was all ready to write you a little diddy and get back in the saddle. I had a list of prompts that were going to help me on my way, my cat was by my side, and things were rollin’ down the river. Well… now I can’t remember the password to my email. I…

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Lose the Cape – Never Will I Ever

Do you see that fancy new widget on my sidebar? The what on your what what? Okay… sorry. The new image at the side of my blog? THAT is the new book I’m in and I couldn’t be happier! I’m telling a story of my experiences before having a child, and then after. Lawd a…

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Today is the Day!!

Today is the day! Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor, the Anthology I have contributed to, is available! This Anthology by Alyson Rennick Herzig and Jessica McNeill Azar will help you see mental illness through the eyes of someone who has been there. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will pull at…

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Write for Your Biggest Fan

The piece had done relatively well on my site and I was proud of stepping outside of my usual poetic type of writing. So I clicked over to the one site* I had idolized for so long, the place I wanted to see one of my posts, and hit submit. I checked my mail hourly…

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Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor

I remember the day I sent in my submission. It was the first time I had ever sent away my words to be scrutinized, read by an editor, and looked at by someone in a professional manner. I was nervous, excited, and felt sick to my stomach. What if they told me it was terrible?…

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I Don’t Know if This is Even a Post

So used to buying the tiny “panties” that never fit properly, slide down my ass, and creep into my butt I cautiously looked at the underwear made for my size at the store I was in and balked. HA! I don’t need to buy new underwear, the size I’m wearing is fine. And then I…

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Remember This…This is You

What’s that under your frown? A smile that used to light up a room. A laugh that used to be contagious. Tell me a story about the time you had the most fun. Don’t leave out the good stuff. I want to see your frown fade and the spark you have inside come alive. I…

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Look Back and Smile

My laughter escalated as the group of us giggled through class, and the professors face changed from that of concentration to annoyance as she looked at me with frustration. I had long been the loud one in the class, always looking for the opportunity to make others laugh and unfortunatley that moment was not the…

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Things I Learned Last Week

It’s only Monday but with the drizzle and gloomy sky it feels like the day is dragging on. Summer is supposed to be sunshine and swimming. I’m getting a lot out of this summer, spending lots of time with my family, and enjoying making memories. I’m learning things too: 1. Losing weight is not easy,…

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Tag Archive: writing

Adult Colouring Books will End Me

I was all ready to write you a little diddy and get back in the saddle. I had a list of prompts that were going to help me on my way, my cat was by my side, and things were rollin’ down the river. Well… now I can’t remember the password to my email. I…

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Lose the Cape – Never Will I Ever

Do you see that fancy new widget on my sidebar? The what on your what what? Okay… sorry. The new image at the side of my blog? THAT is the new book I’m in and I couldn’t be happier! I’m telling a story of my experiences before having a child, and then after. Lawd a…

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Today is the Day!!

Today is the day! Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor, the Anthology I have contributed to, is available! This Anthology by Alyson Rennick Herzig and Jessica McNeill Azar will help you see mental illness through the eyes of someone who has been there. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will pull at…

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Write for Your Biggest Fan

The piece had done relatively well on my site and I was proud of stepping outside of my usual poetic type of writing. So I clicked over to the one site* I had idolized for so long, the place I wanted to see one of my posts, and hit submit. I checked my mail hourly…

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Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor

I remember the day I sent in my submission. It was the first time I had ever sent away my words to be scrutinized, read by an editor, and looked at by someone in a professional manner. I was nervous, excited, and felt sick to my stomach. What if they told me it was terrible?…

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I Don’t Know if This is Even a Post

So used to buying the tiny “panties” that never fit properly, slide down my ass, and creep into my butt I cautiously looked at the underwear made for my size at the store I was in and balked. HA! I don’t need to buy new underwear, the size I’m wearing is fine. And then I…

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Remember This…This is You

What’s that under your frown? A smile that used to light up a room. A laugh that used to be contagious. Tell me a story about the time you had the most fun. Don’t leave out the good stuff. I want to see your frown fade and the spark you have inside come alive. I…

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Look Back and Smile

My laughter escalated as the group of us giggled through class, and the professors face changed from that of concentration to annoyance as she looked at me with frustration. I had long been the loud one in the class, always looking for the opportunity to make others laugh and unfortunatley that moment was not the…

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Things I Learned Last Week

It’s only Monday but with the drizzle and gloomy sky it feels like the day is dragging on. Summer is supposed to be sunshine and swimming. I’m getting a lot out of this summer, spending lots of time with my family, and enjoying making memories. I’m learning things too: 1. Losing weight is not easy,…

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