I almost forgot about the lunar eclipse last night. I’ve been staying with my friends, and they were already going to bed when the alarm I’d set for the moon went off. Consequently, I watched the eclipse in happy solitude. The moon was visible from their lawn, and just beginning to seep away into darkness… Continue reading Meditations while Tresspassing to see the Moon
I have always, always, always been a milk chocolate girl. Put me in a room with dark chocolate and milk chocolate and it’s not even a competition. Occasionally, I’d throw a little white chocolate in there to mix it up and feel ritzy, but that’s it. So naturally it’s weird dating a man who’s a… Continue reading Chocolate Conversions
LAST MAN WAKING: a tale of sickness and sleep
Encephalitis Lethargica (from Wikipedia): “The disease attacks the brain, leaving some victims in a statue-like condition, speechless and motionless. Between 1915 and 1926, an epidemic of encephalitis lethargica spread around the world; no recurrence of the epidemic has since been reported, though isolated cases continue to occur.”
…until now. LAST MAN WAKING: my new short story has been published by Roar and Thunder in Australia and is free to read online!
Christmas lights are so inspiring. Sometimes, I keep them up for half the year, the ones in my bedroom, anyways. It’s like what candy would be if it were visual delight. It’s tiny, fun, colorful… But most of all, it makes sitting in the dark alright. Sometimes I just do not want the lights on,… Continue reading Musing Over Christmas Lights