Humans are very interesting to observe. Over the course of my employment at Chick-fil-A, I’ve had the pleasure to interact with hundreds of different people, all of them wonderfully, often astonishingly, unique, yet still very loveable in their own ways, especially because their humanity is so very evident. I assure you, I am not some … More The Interesting Personages at Chick-fil-A // tales from work
I have a soft spot for honey bees and hilarious cartoons, so it only makes sense that I love The Bee Movie. Embarrassingly, some of my friends have declared that it’s “trash” and “the epitome of weirdness.” One of them said she watches it to “drown my woes in dumb bees.” I completely disagree with … More What the Bee Movie can Teach Us about Work
One of the many things I love about spring is that it’s the perfect time to go outside. The air warms up and the sun shines brightly yet the shade and breezes still hold wistful memories of winter. The other day, I was looking outside and was stunned by the clouds, billowing majestically into the … More Why is the Earth so Beautiful?
The quill has a lot of history behind its feathery spine. It was used to sign important documents like the Declaration of Independence. It was used to compose poems and craft stories by the ancient masters. It was stuck into hats for the perfect feathery embellishment. The list goes on. I’ve always wanted to give … More I Write with a Quill Pen for the First Time
Salutations my friends, I am back with another Quirk! If you’re new, Jem Jones has created a stupendous flash fiction prompt series, where she provides the blogosphere with a picture prompt, and us deranged writers craft a story inspired by it. It’s a lot of fun and you should definitely join in. Not that I’m … More Jammed // a (One Quirk Later) short story
A few months ago I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Kristina’s first book in The Moretti Trilogy, featuring my favorite evil henchman of all time. So of course I was thrilled when I discovered that he would be a main character in the next book! And it did not disappoint. BLURB How much … More Mercy Undeserved // Book Review
Fresh sea breezes carrying hints of salt. Soft golden sands. Waves washing over me in a rhythmic dance. The ocean is, without a doubt, one of my favorite places on earth. I could spend all day leaping through the waves and diving under currents and getting dunked onto the sandy beach, captivated by every single … More Oceans, Joint Pain, & Ravel // ft. the hardest piece I’ve ever played