- Howard Johnson’s — the Best Fried Clams in the world — or maybe I just didn’t know any better
- Next Stop, Twilight Zone?
- Sand Tarts: A Sugar Cookie recipe that actually TASTES good — great for Christmas or any time!
- Batter up! (the end is nigh)
- Half-Full English Breakfast Oatmeal -or- What I Created This Morning
Tag Archives: writing
Seriously? Four months? I knew it had been a while since I’d written…well, pretty much anything other than facebook statuses (statusi? statusies?) and an occasional tweet. What happened? I’ve really just let the writing slide, because I failed to make it … Continue reading
…and trying to avoid the negative prefix usually attached to that word. Because we don’t use those here. You might have noticed that I’ve not posted anything that would qualify as real content for a while, rather than just filler – and there … Continue reading
The writing just hasn’t been coming lately. I’ll get ideas when I can’t write, and then when I can sit down at the keyboard….ZipZeroNada. Vanished, every last whiff of it. If I was being graded on my blogging consistency, or on … Continue reading
I’ve just been reading over/editing some of my work, and I got lost. Right there, smack dab in the middle of a paragraph, I lost track of what the heck it was about…..and I’m the one who wrote the darn thing. My sentences … Continue reading
I don’t do fiction. While I have written fiction, I’m not a Real Fiction Writer. Um. That is to say, I have never done completely original fiction (except one short story that I sold for an embarrassingly tiny sum of money and therefore … Continue reading
Writer’s block? I’m not sure if that’s technically what’s going on here or not. It seems that term implies a desire to write. Truly, I want to have a desire to write, but lately, it’s just not there. I have conversations … Continue reading
Seems I went and made an egregious error when I set parameters for myself concerning this blog. Here are the things I neglected to take into account: Life That pretty much sums it up, because it encompasses everything. While I … Continue reading