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There’s a “method to every madness.” I suppose I’m diagnosing myself with madness, whatever that is.

“All great ideas are deadly.”

I write about my own beliefs and about being borderline suicidal, depressed, clueless as to why I do what I do and the list can go on. 475 more words


My Perspective on Grieving, Thus Far.

As I continue to move through this process of grieving the loss of my mother now more than ever the arts (journaling, art, decorating, listening to my favorite music) have all been the best therapy of sorts. 1,734 more words



Outside my open window, I hear cackles of girls, whistling of boys, and beats from the bars.  Guys walk away from the small convenient store, case of Natural Light in left hand and a bottle of whiskey in right.  787 more words


Trump Loss of Support

Oh, this election. We’ll remember it as the one that turned brother against brother, mother against daughter, father against son, friend against friend. What a bitterly divided nation. 81 more words


The Girl on the Train is a thrilling ride

This is one of those films where the trailer does it no justice. After plenty of my friends watched TV spots, they were left confused at what exactly… 918 more words


Musings: Past midnight

Looks are deceptive and mine sure are. Not many know me and many know me part. For some I’m still a mystery, a real hard one. 273 more words

Movie review: The Girl on the Train

She’s gone off the rails, but we are definitely on board with the titular character of the girl on the train, played by Emily Blunt who is arguably the best thing about this mystery thriller film. 816 more words

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