Archive | May 2012
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First: Some facts about me. 1. I grew up in a Christian home in rural Pennsylvania. It’s still Christian there, my siblings and parents are Protestant a la Baptist (some more absolutist than others), and I am solidly agnostic. Sometimes I attend church when I visit them, I do this because I know it makes […]
My first roommate ever was a boy. I can’t imagine now what my parents must’ve thought, but I knew what I was doing back then, and wouldn’t be dissuaded. Plus, I got to move to New England. HUGE bonus. It had been a dream since I read Cynthia Voigt (I think it was her, anyway) […]
1. Always worry about your choices, for your wide mind and readiness for new experience can lead you to crummy places with crummy people. 2. Choose lovers who are also artists. If you marry, marry a pragmatist. If you divorce, remarry an artist. 3. Avoid the tiger and the rat. 4. Trust yourself. Do not […]
I listened to a free webinar from Writer’s Digest on How to Blog a Book, which is a book by Nina Amir that came out recently. The webinar was one week ago today. Here’s the link to the book. It came out from Writer’s Digest publishing. Nina said that we have to blog every day […]
I came across this thing (again) recently. It was emailed to me as some Elanor Roosevelt thing back in the late 90s, long before I was 30, back when “meme” and “viral” weren’t things. This thing was as viral as a thing could be in the late 90s and early 2000s. It was written in 1997 […]
When I first started blogging in Earnest, was it only half a year ago? Sheesh… What happened to the first half of 2012? But that’s how I roll: If I’m excited and passionate, it’s total immersion with very little space for perspective until I’m a few weeks in. So with this blog, I was building […]