I’ve been away from the computer for the last few days. Away from the computer, but not without my notebook. I started writing the lines that make up this post while on the train to Glasgow on Thursday. I like trains, and I love writing while in transit. Something about the rhythm of the journey … Continue reading Words and Wheels
The conversation got around to where we were from. I asked Sarge to go first, because my story would be longer.
OK, I am going to admit something here. When I was single, I was quite jealous of people in relationships. Not bad relationships, because who has time for that? But the good, solid, heart-melt relationships. I have a boyfriend now, and he’s quite lovely. So lovely in fact, that I would be jealous of myself … Continue reading The Hazel-Eyed Quite Nice Person
I am restless. Before sitting down to write this I played Mafia Wars three times, brushed my teeth twice, drank two cups of coffee, ate a bagel, turned on music, turned off the washing machine, did some laps around the house, thought of poems I’ve written about procrastination and wondered if this is another one, … Continue reading Ink from my notebook…
When I started this blog, oh so long ago, I wanted to post every day. At least until it became a habit. But I have another habit. No, it isn’t collecting job-application rejections. It’s reading. More specifically, it’s books. Actual page-and-ink books. I have a lot of them. I try not to dog-ear the pages … Continue reading True Confessions of a Book Addict
I’ve lived in Edinburgh a few months now, and I’ve discovered a few things about myself, and the world. I like lists, and so in no particular order: The only thing I hate more than slow-walkers are slow-walkers who stop short. On a hill. In front of me. Sometimes I can’t avoid nipping people’s heels, … Continue reading Heels and steps, and other things…
A few days after I turned 29, I made a list. This blog is not about that list. On the list are things I want to do/work on before I turn 30. Item 13 is: Start a public blog. Never mind that I wanted to call it something else, and then something else. Months after … Continue reading Hello, World! Is this thing on?