Another addition for Olde Poetry Monday, this one circa 2009. Please enjoy. I don't get why people tell me, "never change." If I stayed the same, my biggest dream would still be to sprout wings and fly away. It's cute when you're five, but I don't think they have a major for that in … Continue reading Fly
...The lack of a real post today. I've currently got potential projects in the air that I'm trying to juggle, and it will take some adjustment to my schedule if all comes into fruition. But, to make up for it, here's a sneaky peek - if all goes well, this bad boy will be getting … Continue reading Sorry for…
Worth 1000 Words #13: Ol’ Reliable
On the first day of college, I was nervously approaching my first ever class - Health and Wellness - wondering who I would sit with, if I'd make any friends, and why on earth said class needed to be so freakin' far away from the parking lot, when my backpack strap broke. Now, superstitious folk … Continue reading Worth 1000 Words #13: Ol’ Reliable
I don’t think I will ever forget the day I ran the third leg of the 4x1 relay at a track meet in Harrisburg. I remember noticing that the anchor was a little too far ahead for me to hand her the baton. I was so sure we were going to miss the handoff – … Continue reading Were
Back in college, in order to complete my English major I had to take what is known as a Major Authors course - a class focused on the works of one or two major authors. Admittedly, I first had my eye on a Poe and Hawthorne course, but the timing for that class didn't work … Continue reading Yawp!
This weekend, after attempting to take in a matinee of Hereditary only to have the projector fail so we had to settle for readmission tickets, my mom and I went shopping for some extra supplies for a bridal shower I'm throwing next weekend. And, at a home decor/housewares store near the local Regal Cinemas, I … Continue reading Me
Meant to Be
Last Wednesday night, shortly after 10PM, I was forced to take a detour on my way home from work due to the endless amount of construction that swarms my pocket of PA this time of year. So, I turned off of my usual route and embarked upon the back way home. I made a turn … Continue reading Meant to Be
Anyone who has a Facebook account is probably familiar with those "quizzes" that clog timelines and cause users to waste time wondering if some assemblage of random questions can determine which state you are meant to live in, what era you were born in or belong in, or which celebrity you are destined to walk … Continue reading Quizzical
Run, Birdy, Run!
There are thousands of mysteries - riddles with no easily discernible answers - that have plagued humanity for centuries. The origin of Stonehenge. The true identity of Jack the Ripper. How many licks it takes to get to the Tootsie-roll center of a Tootsie Pop. But one of these conundrums has been on my mind … Continue reading Run, Birdy, Run!
I've mentioned this in previous posts, but I generally attribute my love and appreciation for film to my decision to minor in film during my college years, since I got to experience a broad spectrum of different genres and styles from a multitude of different directors and eras. Prior to that, I didn't go to … Continue reading The Spark