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Conversations along the writing process

Probing rationality through various pieces of advice:

Don’t be predictable. There is an illusion about control, maybe to be safe, since that does make sense on a biological level. 407 more words

Writing

Habitual Interactions

When you’ve been with someone long enough, there’s a set of interactions that belong wholly to you, and each interaction means something different. Along the years, I’ve noticed enough – from books, shows, people around me – and I just had this sudden urge to put it in words for some unknown reason. 136 more words

Personal Experiences/Musings

Interactions #1

It’s quite easy for some people to get solely focused on who made what formation, what does that crop circle mean, and all the associated questions that come with every crop circle season. 758 more words

Drafted Dialogue (thoughts they fell from Venus)

Inspired by Jenna Mordicci….

Thracymacus was a character in Plato’s Republic who comes to mind the most often – and he was paid to argue. 155 more words

Writing

Damn it, Tubbs!

Joel: Damn it! I guess we can’t have cinnamon buns. We had like 4 left!

Me: What? Oh -_-

Joel: *insane giggling*

2015

New Mom, New Problems

Me: *dresses baby for the day*
Me: There you go! Look at how cute you look!

Baby: Ngaaa! *POOP EXPLOSION*

Me: Oh… that’s ok. Let’s just get you cleaned up and in a new outfit. 56 more words

Dana

Invasive crayfish depress dragonflies and boost mosquitoes

Paradoxically, obliviousness and intense focus can be two sides of the same coin, as the following story highlights.  As a new graduate student at the University of Minnesota, I took a field ecology course at the University’s field station at Lake Itasca (famously known as headwaters of the Mississippi River).  1,030 more words

Ecology