We Got a Kitten!

A surprise landed on (close to) our doorstep. And when I say I’m not a cat person. I’m not exaggerating in the least. I’ve never liked cats, never cared for them, and in fact, they always kind of freaked me out. But then I saw this little girl, and I knew I wasn’t going toContinue reading “We Got a Kitten!”

Unpublished Piece: Awakening Frankfort Avenue

Having been let go from my job thanks to COVID-19, I’ve been actively pursuing my dream of having a career in journalism. One thing I’m learning is that not every piece I write will be published, and that’s okay. Here’s a loving piece I wrote a few weeks ago about the street around the corner from me: InContinue reading “Unpublished Piece: Awakening Frankfort Avenue”

15 Great Movies that You Missed in the Last 5 Years

It’s summer, and movie theaters are starting to open back up finally!! So if you don’t make the 33% capacity cut, and you want something to watch, read on. As you know, I took a few-year hiatus from blogging, but it sure feels good to be back. In those years I didn’t report on someContinue reading “15 Great Movies that You Missed in the Last 5 Years”

A Little About “The Underneath”

Endever Studios just released the third installment of the serial novel, “The Underneath.” Take a moment to meet the characters who suddenly find themselves in an increasingly changing world. All over the globe there is a disturbing siren that blasts through the air. It lasts for half an hour and ends with an earth-jolting shake,Continue reading “A Little About “The Underneath””

Addressing My Own Stubbornness

Great conversation and comments on yesterday’s post! Thank you for all who contributed. I’ve read through most of your reasons for being stubborn by not walking away from the written word and indulging fully in the technology age, and I’ve got to say, many of you are much deeper and intellectually-minded than I am. IContinue reading “Addressing My Own Stubbornness”

Not What It Seems

Since I was young I’ve had bad hearing. Thirty-percent hearing loss in one ear and forty-percent in the other. Something like that. As a result I used to get words words wrong all the time. For instance… I thought there was an N in early: “Earnly.” I used to say “supposebly” instead of “supposedly.” (ExceptContinue reading “Not What It Seems”