Tonight's post will have to be a short one, as it is being written on my phone due to lack of Internet at my hotel, also weddings are both marvelous and exhausting. They met swing dancing. He stood just over two feet taller than her, and her hands in his are made to look even… Continue reading A Swingin’ Good Time
Dear Autumn, I find that the month of October has slipped by without me even realizing, and it seems you are nearly gone without saying even so much as a hello. It was a month full of exciting and major changes that, on one hand, can’t come quickly enough but also won’t slow down even… Continue reading Letters to Autumn
I am so excited to announce that my article "The Weight of Glory" has been featured on the Spoken Bride website. Check it out, here!
Perhaps it's because I am done with school, or maybe I have some pent up energy from packing for the move this summer, but I've been really itching to write, to create. Well, actually, "itching" isn't a strong enough word for what I've been feeling. It has been this need, this feeling of urgency, that… Continue reading On Revising
Whilst Ben is on a silent retreat and since I've been struggling to write more of my novel, I thought a good way to release some of my pent up energy and compulsion to create was to write a one-shot. Happy reading! Alex rolled out from under her floral quilt, and coughed as she tried… Continue reading short story wednesday
I came to Ben a few days ago with a name of a new character. It was as if I had just bumped into her, I had just gotten a glance as she walked by, like I had overheard her name being said by someone who knew her. Her name is Rainy Day. Ben and… Continue reading Rainy Day
I am constantly narrating my life as I go about my day. I can't go to the grocery store or airport without describing everything as a great epic. I used to write stories all the time. But since beginning college, I really haven't had much time to write, if I did, it was usually between… Continue reading 25th Hour