Posts Tagged With "reasons"
This is a cross-post with my photo-per-day blog: Pixlated.
I’ve pretty much decided I don’t like photo themes. On the very last day of my second attempt at a “themed week” for my photo-per-day project, I’m feeling decidedly stifled by my chosen …
history & archives, writing »
As far as bucket-list-life-experiences go, the whole vague idea of ‘Recognition for Accomplishments in the Field of Wordsmithery’ has been on that bucket-list for a very long time. So, it seems that I really should think about it more. Or, so I tell myself.read the full post »
fatherhood, skepdad, writing »
Thing is, something I do quiet enjoy thinking and writing about is parenting topics. It’s a big, important part of my life these days. But I also have to fully admit that I’ve lately been ignoring something related to that job, and the ‘other duties as required’ classification that goes along with. See, for the longest time — well, since a few months prior to this whole fatherhood gig — I have actually, diligently, been busy keeping a fairly extensive collection of writings on fatherhood. Some have been here. Some have been other places.read the full post »
abstract & thinking, pop-culture »
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 2nd // Something You Have Lost
Something tells me that part …
adventure, friends, home & garden, scatter »
…filling the spaces, pots, and planters with an assortment of foliage, plants, seeds, and other recently purchased bits of life, flora, soil, et cetera, in a vaguely directional attempt to beautify this little chunk of land we call our back yard, …
food & drink, meta & methods, opinions & venting, scatter, weather, writing »
We had eleven kids. Eleven. So now I have this dangerous bowl of chocolate bars just sitting there patiently in the cupboard waiting for some moment of weakened willpower. I blame the weather. Not for my weak willpower, …read the full post »