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The other day I was looking for something to read—something to hold in my hands rather than read from a screen. I wanted to touch the pages and feel the words on paper. I wanted an old-fashioned book. Do you ever miss the feel of holding a writer's creativity in your very hands, knowing as a writer the [...]

Ruminations of a Crash Test Dummy

There are days when I feel like a crash test dummy that should have been retired before its last simulated head-on collision. As I try to tap into my creativity, my imagination smacks the windshield repeatedly. Yet, the urgency to write remains. So, in an attempt to eradicate my writer's block, here are ten things I [...]

Letter to my 18-year-old Damn-Self

Letter to my 18-year-old Damn-Self

Dear Susan, I’d have written sooner, but wouldn’t have known what the hell I was talking about. Sorry. I wish you could have read this when it would have done you some good.  Given the fact that I knew none of this then, it would’ve been impossible. Plus, knowing you, you wouldn’t have listened anyway. First, [...]

Share Your World #42

If you wanted to de-clutter where you live, what room / space would you start with?  (And why, if you’re feel like admitting to it.) Rather than declutter, I prefer to simply move. It's much easier and less stressful. The idea of decluttering boggles what's left of my mind.   If you want to remember [...]