As my number of followers slowly creeps up, I thought it might be fun to practice my writing skills with a good old-fashioned game of Taboo (the copyright on this game is nearly as old as I am)! For those of you unfamiliar with the game, they give you a word, and then you are… Continue reading Random Taboo?
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate Peanut Butter Coconut Milk Ice Cream Favorite Book: Ender’s Game Favorite Sport: Swimming Favorite TV Show: Currently Bones, but it changes periodically Favorite Movie: Pippi Longstocking Favorite Celebrity: Tom Holland Favorite Food: Pizza Favorite Dessert: Brownies Favorite School Subject: Math Favorite Recess Activity: Reading Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Vosler Favorite Place… Continue reading First Grade Writing Prompt – Day 3
The other day I traveled to Boston for work. The flight itself was (amazingly) uneventful, but once I arrived to Logan Airport in Boston, I had FIVE hours to kill as I waited for the auditor’s flight to arrive. You might ask "What does one do for 5 hours at the Boston Logan International Airport?… Continue reading 5…4…3…2…1… Hours at the Airport
One of the things I've been working on in my life is to try to be kinder; both to myself and to others. I recently set a goal of trying to say or do something nice to/for someone else every day. Yesterday I invited my friend Mary on a picnic lunch. It had been a… Continue reading Spreading a little kindness
This is the first blog in the "Thoughts from Places" category. It is an idea I 100% stole from Vlogbrothers, because I sincerely enjoy their "Thoughts from Places" videos (and I am a proud nerdfighter). Although, to be honest, theirs are better and you should probably check them out on YouTube. 🙂 Whenever I travel, I… Continue reading Jellyfish and Other Thoughts from the Tennessee Aquarium
As many of my friends and family members know, this is not the first time I’ve attempted to keep a blog. I have tried over the past 5 years or so to focus desperately on my writing. I would come up with plans and schedules, articulated those in my work, and yet it never sticks.… Continue reading But What If I Fail?
I have always loved writing. When I was younger with more time and fewer obligations, I wrote all the time. I kept a diary, I wrote comics and stories as well as essays and speeches, poems and satires--you get the picture. I was an okay writer. I even won a couple of contests in school… Continue reading Why I’m Writing A Blog