Have you ever seen the movie The Man Who Came to Dinner? I've never seen it, but I know a Jimmy Durante song from it. It sticks in my head sometimes. “Did you ever get the feeling that you wanted to go, But still had the feeling that you wanted to stay, You knew it … Continue reading Stay, Go. Go, Stay.
Just because the pizza is there, doesn't mean you should eat it. I am taking some time off of work to write. More than some I suppose, I have no timeline for when I will re-enter the work force. And it is weird and awkward and uncomfortable because I am writing about myself. It feels … Continue reading Nobody Wants to Read a Tick-Tock
I forgot to post yesterday and I'm beating myself up about it, but I'm going to double up today and schedule something for the weekend to make up for it. So why did I forget? Yesterday I decided to barf out a bunch of sentences with no real thought of where to begin or where … Continue reading Embracing Mistakes
A few months into winter, when my feet only see the light of day while in the safety and comfort of a warm shower, I begin to wonder if I will ever be able to walk barefoot through the house without feeling miserably cold. Will it ever be nice enough to open the windows and … Continue reading Adapt or Perish
I had breakfast with a friend yesterday, who I haven't seen in a few months and it was great to catch up. I mentioned I was doing something unadvisable. In an effort to make some necessary changes in my life, I have decided to change everything, all at once. I think generally the advice is … Continue reading Change Everything, All At Once
I swam competitively in High School my Freshman year. Which is sort of overstating things because I was on JV and I usually lost my races, but I did compete and I did have practice twice a day so I suppose that's something. My sister swam all four years and was on the varsity team … Continue reading What I Think About While Swimming
I had this really great plan to write an entry here every day a couple of months ago. I figured it would be a good way to shake out the cobwebs in the morning, get my brain on the right track for writing, give me a chance to share the inane thoughts that clutter my … Continue reading Good Habits Die Quickly, Bad Habits Linger