The end is usually the beginning of something new.

October 20, 2019 Truth be told I have worked under many aliases on various social media platforms. One time, I was spilling the beans about certain parts of my spiritual journey and someone from India was engaged with the information that I was putting out into the world. This really freaked me out. Someone from […]

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Life Repeats

October 13, 2019 After my last Journal post, I thought I would have integrated some of the police report with my failed memory of what occurred that bloody awful night that pre-empted my divorce, but it just hasn’t felt like it’s time. So, I will put all of that on the back burner until that knowing […]

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Kelly

August 11, 2019. My brother, Nate took on the role of being my protector before and after my parents divorced. In fact, he carried this role on when I needed him through more harrowing times when I was much older, too. At the time of our parents split, we were the only one’s left at […]

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Passenger

Oscar Wilde ‘ Oh darling sugar honey, when it was nice and sunny, and when we had some money, we would go and see Echo and the Bunny…..men’ July 20, 2019 Troy video. (Read at your own discretion. This is about sexual assault.) When I was young, I connected to Sinead O’Connor easily because she […]

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Slow Bloom Reverie

August, 2019 My son Liam and I were driving back to his father’s home in a suburban cookie-cutter neighborhood. We both noticed a girl riding carefully down the street on her bike. She smiled and waved at us. My son and I looked at each other and gushed. We both said in unison, “She waved […]

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Music Hath Charms

(May 9, 2019 – I moved this from my blog to here.) I wrote nearly 1000 pages about my family history in every possible way you could imagine. All of it was conjured up from the deep recesses of my mind through music—all sorts of glorious music that was the background of my life. My […]

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Rifle

I found this video of Sinead O’Connor on Dr. Phil quite by mistake. I was looking for her singing a certain song to help me connect to who I was when when I was young, first living on my own in a very large city–Houston. Upon listening to this interview, I felt surprised to hear her […]

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Nate

June 15, 2019 If you happen to find yourself here, you might be wondering what this is all about. After all, I have written blog posts  in the past. In fact, I wrote one that explains my reasoning behind a journal and how it differs from a blog piece. (Just to confuse matters, I pulled this […]

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