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Working on disability

I am not the most observant person when it comes to work politics, so I like to pretend they do not exist. However, I have worked where I work many years, and am still not hired in as full-time staff. 1,246 more words


I'm Sorry

I was an hour late for lunch today. Just as I convinced myself that I would take no longer than 1 hour for a meal, I found myself walking in circles trying to decide on what would be the tastiest calories that I would put in my mouth. 1,051 more words

Lawson's Randoms

Gone again

I asked him to leave while I drop kids to school, and he left.

Now my struggle starts, the anger and frustration turns to pity and guilt, gone is my blue sky day and it’s rapidly turning to grey. 104 more words

Notational, No. 10

The dull light fell more faintly upon the page whereon another equation began to unfold itself slowly and to spread abroad its widening tail. It was his own soul going forth to experience, unfolding itself sin by sin, spreading abroad the balefire of its burning stars and folding back upon itself, fading slowly, quenching its own lights and fires.

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Tonight, I feel completely and utterly guilty.

This morning, after having taken a sick day yesterday for something I am not prepared to discuss, I had to go back to work, for my sanity if nothing else. 680 more words


Catnip for teenagers?

Dissociation can lead to a rather odd situation in which you are utterly unaware of what your feelings are. My conscious self (the bit that I like to think is quite clever) is often completely oblivious to what I actually want or am feeling. 472 more words

When War Comes Home

The Superstition Review Pod/Vod series has my story “The Elder Brother” live today. Have a listen at their iTunes Channel.

You can read the story here.