It is a harbinger of doom. A dark cloud upon a fading horizon. Satan, Beelzebub, Evil. A bad moon on the rise. A thousand suns burning for an eternity could not attempt to pain a picture of my hate, displeasure […]
We’ve all experienced it. We’ve all been there, done that and probably even managed to snag a shirt out of the deal. That moment when that once new and wonderful thing suddenly becomes normal and routine. It happens in everything […]
There’s a song lyric or a movie quote that usually starts the idea of a blog post in my mind. This time around a song brings me to the keyboard and it is “The Gambler” by Kenny Rogers.
To write the unwritten – it’s a challenge I’ve been given in on my of classes. Most of my creative writing up until this point has been generally derivative of something else I started but never finished. It actually hit […]
First days. They are always full of surprises. They’re never the same as the others in your life – always uniquely fascinating to experience. And so, my first day back in full time college is in the books. And my […]
At long last the day has arrived. Tomorrow is the first day of school for a multitude of folks. Freshman who were seniors just a few months ago will step foot into classrooms and start down the next road in […]
There are plenty of things that go through your mind as the days get closer and closer to a big event. Lots of wondering if this was the right call. Plenty of questioning if you chose the right area of […]
It’s here. The last seven days of freedom before this thing…this idea that I’ve put my hopes and dreams on – before it kicks on the thrusters and begins the epic journey to the moon. Sixteen credit hours await me […]
How does one of the verses from the opening song to “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” go? I had to google it, but it goes like this, “Something familiar something peculiar something for everyone.”
Well – if there was a way for me to welch out on this whole going to school thing it’s going to get much harder after these last two weeks.