There’s a scene in Counting on You where Henry shares a memory from his childhood where he tries to count all of the grains of sugar in a single serve packet. His mother interrupts before he gets too far, dusting the sugar from the table while pleading with Henry to stop counting things. She mayContinue reading “My Unquantified Life”
Anyone else feel like they’ve been holding their breath for the past two years? So many aspects of our lives are simply on hold. We’re waiting, breath held, for a return to normal.
I’m tempted to start with the word thing because it’s just so darn versatile. Things are awesome and the word itself can be tacked onto the end of dozens of others to form some of my most beloved crutch words. The word thing obviously makes me happy—except when I’m digging my way out of a snowstorm of edits. What else makesContinue reading “Things That Make Me Happy”
For the month of May, Jenn and I will be donating the proceeds from all sales of the Chaos Station series to the 8th Annual Mental Health Awareness Month Book Fundraiser, benefiting the Keith Milano Memorial Fund at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. I chose to participate in this fundraiser, in part, for Felix,Continue reading “8th Annual Mental Health Awareness Month Book Fundraiser”
I started writing this post with the intention of sharing all the interesting things I’d been doing over the past month. I’ve cooked, read over twenty books, watched lots of TV, several movies, played games, started on my spring gardening routine, extended my walking route through the neighborhood, written some words (about half a novella),Continue reading “A Day Ending in Y”