Life

Hindsight, Foresight, and a whole lot of 2018 Glitter

Every year, we always go through this routine of sappiness and sentimentalism, and every year, it's just as weird. I'm feeling slightly speechless as I type out the number 2018. Guys. It's 2018. I might actually slip a tear. 2017 has been a whirlwind, let me tell you, and I honestly don't remember most of… Continue reading Hindsight, Foresight, and a whole lot of 2018 Glitter

writing

A Lunatic Writer’s Anniversary

Guys. Do you realize how special this week is? Two years ago, sometime this week, a life changing event occurred. While my brother was in the hospital having his appendix removed, and all the house was quiet, I went into our storage room. Sitting down among the various piles of boxes and junk, a scrap… Continue reading A Lunatic Writer’s Anniversary

Spiritual

My Life as a Decoration

This is a post for the misunderstood. That's kind of weird sounding, so let me rephrase: This is me, panicking at the last minute because I didn't have anything to write about, and therefore plunging into a deep and philosophical pondering. Scared yet? You should be. To dive right in, I'll start with a quick… Continue reading My Life as a Decoration

Spiritual, writing

That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book—Part 2

I told you I wasn't done. Welcome to Part 2 of me trying to cheat God. I seem to do it a lot. If you somehow missed the previous part, here it be: That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book Here's a quick behind-the-scenes story about that post. I wrote it, sent… Continue reading That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book—Part 2

Spiritual, writing

That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book—Part 1

As promised, here is the post I was too lazy to finish last week, which is pretty much the story of my life. Anyway, today, I'm going to share something sensible for a change. Wait, you say, sensible? Do you even know how to do that? Between you and me, no. No I don't. We'll… Continue reading That Time I Didn’t Think God Could Write a Book—Part 1