Writing By Hand

I have owned a personal computer since 1985. After typing term papers on a manual typewriter, where edits beyond typos meant retyping an entire page, using a word processor was a huge time saver. Since then I have continued using computers for typing papers, reports, forms, letters and, since the internet became available, emails. So … Read moreWriting By Hand

Reading Banned and Challenged Books

This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking a link, I may earn a commission with NO extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting my writing. My senior year in high school, we were assigned to read The Canterbury Tales in English class. Mrs. Hendrix, our teacher, handed out our … Read moreReading Banned and Challenged Books

The Night After – Reflections on Hurricane Irma

I lay in bed and relax. The window air conditioner hums away its white noise while a movie plays on the TV. These are the usual before bed sounds, but tonight, they seem very quiet. The night before, the worst of Hurricane Irma was arriving. I went to bed to try and get some sleep, … Read moreThe Night After – Reflections on Hurricane Irma

Is Something Wrong With Me? Or Am I A Multipotentialite?

I’ve spent my entire life searching for my purpose, the ONE thing I am meant to do with the time I’ve been given. Instead, I’ve been drawn to a wide variety of unrelated things. I dive into learning about one, and when I get to a certain point, something else grabs my attention and I’m … Read moreIs Something Wrong With Me? Or Am I A Multipotentialite?