I keep citing the same book over and over, but the author of The Artist's Way assigned me so much homework and morning pages that it only makes sense it would spill over into my blog. I'm a writer, and this book inspired me to write more. One of the assignments was to "name five… Continue reading Define Silly
In last July's tater tot post, I asked what you would rename yourself if you had the option? Or are you content with the name you were given at birth? For a long time, I didn't like my name. That is to say, I didn't think my name suited me. I didn't feel like a… Continue reading What’s in a Name?
I was walking at a forest preserve with Mike a few weeks ago, and the walk stirred up my first ever memory. The path we were walking on. The position of the sun, the color of the sky, the trees and the scent of the air. All of it together reminded me of a specific… Continue reading Earliest Memories and I See Dead People
Before I begin, I want to wish my Dad a Happy Birthday today! I love that one of my favorite posts to write is being published on one of my favorite human's big day. I love you so much, Poppy! This month's post is in the Filipino language, Tagalog, to commemorate the anniversary of my… Continue reading Bahala na, Kumakain ako ng Mga Tater Tots – Makapitong bahagi (Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Part Seven)
Sung to this tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVq0ONrSH-Q For my mom's birthday this year, I bought her the perfume my grandma (her mom) used to wear, Anais Anais. I actually sprayed some of it on me before I wrapped it up because I had forgotten the scent and was very curious. Let me tell you, it brought… Continue reading To All The Perfumes I’ve Worn Before
A few weeks ago I wrote about attending my high school reunion and things I wasn't going to do before attending the said reunion. I got a surprisingly positive response from that post and lots of requests for a follow-up post, Mostly because you really wanted to know if I told everyone that I trained… Continue reading I Went to My High School Reunion and Lived to Tell