Posts tagged with "coffee".
For the entire month of June I’m planning on writing a series of blog-a-day posts based on a set series of open-ended questions to myself. This is one of those posts.
June 9th // Something You Have Heard
I’m sitting here at the …
For those who are interested, I just published a new episode of my online web-novel, The Data Yodeler. I write two new episodes every week, and appreciate your insight and support as I work my way through this massive, multi-year …read the full post ⇒
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We’re all on the mend here after a few days of moderate (though merely annoying) head-colds, one of the souvenirs we brought back from Portland. (Alice will likely feel guilty ’cause I wrote that, but after her generous hospitality the least …read the full post ⇒
I was listening to a writing podcast the other day and they were talking about doing character development through the use of whitespace. That is to say, by filling in the spaces around a character, one is left with a …
Just one of those got-stuff-done, but didn’t do much sort of days. This included:
Day 8: That Christmas tree looks so good, I could eat it!
Slept in a little bit.
Made a pot of really good coffee.
Picked up a tree at Ikea after …
Odd jumbles of random events in one’s life often result in the painful culmination of something called self-realization.
We all do it, you know. We are bred into this culture of self-focused emotions where rather than express things to each other …
Breakfast. My one weakness.
Maybe it had something to do with my grandfather being an egg farmer, spending my vacations roaming a farm, wandering the chicken coops, and helping gather and sort (in as much as a single-digit-aged kid …
Why? Because I said so. With class wrapping up in a little less than a week, and the holiday season grinding things to a slow crawl as soon as this next few days is over, I’m going to have (hopefully) a …read the full post ⇒
I’ve become something of a tea connoisseur, juggling a small collection of loose-leaf blends in the drawer of my desk at work. Forty days without coffee, while not nearly a milestone, is definitely a point of reflection: the steadfast test came …read the full post ⇒