17 Curious Lines to Pass The Quarantine Times

17 Curious Lines to Pass The Quarantine Times

All of the below quotes are opening lines from posts I’ve written at this blog. Choose your own adventure. 🙂 1.  “The scream came from the woods.” 2.  “I want urinal partitions mandated inside all men’s restrooms.” 3.  “My best friend no...
What is Life⁉️

What is Life⁉️

Okay, so I finished telling wife about this blog post idea, and she said, That’s cute. “Cute” is the picture book I originally self-published when I was 16 years old. It’s crazy because I remember when I wrote its story in English, translated it into Spanish, drew its...
Quote, Unquote

Quote, Unquote

External words often help us internalize our own. I’ve embraced many words by many voices, and among them, one of my favorites is Alan Watts. Watts was one of the first to interpret Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. I’ve found his views toward existence to be...
📔  7 Observations from Journaling Everyday 📆 for 1 Year

📔 7 Observations from Journaling Everyday 📆 for 1 Year

I am flying. I’m soaring through clouds, reach out a fist, holster both hands, and accelerate to unsafe speeds. Suddenly I wonder if I should be wearing a helmet. * End frowned upon dream sequence intro * I wrote these words in a diary many years ago. I’ve journaled...
Mission: Hold Willing Captives

Mission: Hold Willing Captives

“I hate it when you find a book you love,” I said. Wife didn’t even look up. DOWN & DONE When wife’s hooked on a book, it’s not down ’til it’s done. She’s compelled to discover what happens to the characters living on the page. She...
Breaking, But Not Broken

Breaking, But Not Broken

I think we’re breaking up. I texted sixteen times in nine days. Granted, these were rapid-fire-single-sentence messages. Ten sent on the first day. Another six on the ninth. Of course, I’d waited 168 days to reply to his last text. I guess you can’t make up for six...