learning · life · Poetry · Travel · Work

There’s No Way to Know Until You Go

Photo by George Kedenburg III on Unsplash Gather facts. Talk with insiders. Do your best. Analyze! There’s no way to know for sure Until you begin. If you can’t stop thinking about: that job that love interest going somewhere you’ve never been starting something, anything. By all means, do your due diligence. Hunt down every fact,… Continue reading There’s No Way to Know Until You Go

life · relationship · Travel

The Great Beyond

Photo by Alessandro Sacchi on Unsplash They live there — in a great beyond. Outlandish… Marvelous… Happily ever after Stretches before us. That’s what I hope, anyway. We met them a couple of months ago — wonderful, friendly and enthusiastic people we met through a writing connection. What’s it like to live here, we asked, knowing they’ve lived there… Continue reading The Great Beyond

death · inspiration · life

Your Final Choice: Fall Twenty Feet or Be Stuck in Toilet Bowl?

Photo by Daniel Frank on Unsplash Choose your fate: Fall off the chair lift while you’re skiing OR be stuck in a toilet bowl? The petite six year old girls laid out his options and waited. The man thought for a moment and then asked a question: How long am I stuck in the toilet bowl? The girls… Continue reading Your Final Choice: Fall Twenty Feet or Be Stuck in Toilet Bowl?

creativity · life · love

For Sale. Wedding Dress. Never Worn.

Photo by Charisse Kenion on Unsplash Hemingway is credited for the most famous of six-word stories: For Sale. Baby Shoes. Never Worn. He didn’t write it. While there’s debate about who did, there is no doubt that it was not Hemingway. Made for a good story — gets a writer thinking about telling a story in less than ten… Continue reading For Sale. Wedding Dress. Never Worn.