Something you may or may not know about me is that I write songs from time to time. (From time to time meaning pretty much constantly.) And I have posted links a couple of times to my YouTube channel on here, and once or twice on my Facebook, and new songs automatically post to Twitter.… Continue reading Songwriting.
We could take our stormy days With all of its soft grays and Paint them, Make them stay And turn our pain to pinks so every time we blink a sunset comes our way And we could stay Inside these colors Loving one another Helping us discover We're ready to try again -Inside These Colors, a… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2017.
No one told me about the hard conversations That you'll have to have when you grow up And just how much they hurt But at least in my family At least we have them between licks of lollipops And add stupid jokes on the side.
Ever since forever, I've been unable to call up my friends and be the first to make plans. I wouldn't call first, I would hate to ask them if they wanted to do something, especially if it was something that they would have to do any work for, such as something involving driving or cooking,… Continue reading Asking.
I used to write a lot, and I also used to write a lot about writing. A good amount of the posts on this blog were about recording my writing journey and whatnot. And somewhere in the last two or so years, I just kind of stopped. I had decided to take a break from… Continue reading Writing again.
After I wrote my post Cold Summer Ramblings this June, I really wanted to bid the summer goodbye with a nice post about learning to love the summer, but I couldn't find the time or motivation to explain why this summer was a significantly insignificant summer, and I really couldn't talk to the internet about… Continue reading Pain and Autumn.
The past few days, I've been the happiest miserable person in the world, because I have a cold. Doesn't sound exciting? Let me explain more. For the past 1 1/2+ years, my body has been too broken and busy to fight of viruses. I wouldn't get sick, and virus that went around in our house… Continue reading The power of a cold.