A-Z Challenge: P is for Problematic

Problematic is such a great word and I use it so much in my life.  Actually, that’s not true.  I never say the word problematic unless I’m writing.  Don’t get me wrong, lots of things are problematic in my life, I just never use the word.  I tend to ignore problematic things. Take for example […]

A-Z Challenge: M is for Mehar

Mehar is a fictional planet from the sci-fi/fantasy show Rogue Mission.  It exists in the solar system known as the Alina Ceo.  The Alina Ceo is one of millions of solar systems within the Infinitum.  The actors who play the roles of the characters on the show Rogue Mission exist in a ‘real reality’ in the Infinitum. In their […]

Saturday Laziness and Chat about Cake and Gum

Today’s post is a little bit of silliness.  I talk about enjoying life and the little things like cake and candy and most importantly, bubble gum…. I had spent the entire evening conversing with real people in face to face conversations.  I had laughed.  I had been entertained. I had complained, just a little, about […]

No Link On This One

I just wanted to post that I have immensely enjoyed reading all of the a-z challenge posts I’ve found.  There are countless others I haven’t yet visited and I am certain would love.  I am finding many new blogs and websites through this challenge that I otherwise would have never encountered most likely. For those […]

A-Z Challenge: K is for Killing in the Name of…

Killing in the name of literature – how many people have you killed recently?  Me, thousands, I have killed off thousands of people in just the last couple of days.   Why? Well to be honest, I killed them off in the name of a goddess of the moon.  The rest I killed off because they […]

A-Z Challenge: J is for Jack D. and Jimmy B.

Sydney Porter, Tennessee Williams, Dorothy Parker, Edgar Allan Poe, Truman Capote, Jack Kerouac, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway – what do all of these people have in common?  Well besides being famous figures in literature and brilliant writers, they were alcoholics.  They loved the booze. So why do some people […]