Thought the title might be appropriate for a blog that speaks about literature and the wilderness. As an Arizona native, I never feel prepared when the summer hits. In a year in which I rediscovered my love for the outdoors and being in the wilderness, that lack of preparedness had me sitting in my air … Continue reading Where My Wild Fern Dwells
Hi there readers, and some viewers now as well. I appreciate the feedback I received regarding the vlog version of part three of this series. I had a lot of fun making it, so you may see more. I may also keep those limited to my YouTube channel which you can view here. This week … Continue reading Proud Murderino Part 4: Get A Job & Buy Your Own S***
Welcome to part two of my series (not sure how many there will be so there is not an "of....." to follow this). This series of posts dives into each chapter of the fabulous literature of Georgia and Karen from the podcast My Favorite Murder, and also explores my own connections to each. Chapter two, … Continue reading Proud Murderino Part 2: Sweet Baby Angels
Hey there fellow Murderinos and those who have no idea what that means. This series of blogs are going to be fun, I just know it! Let's first address what some of you may be thinking; what in the heck is a Murderino and why did you use such foul language in the title of … Continue reading Proud Murderino Part 1: F*** Politeness
Seriously she does. Recently I sent a query out to the Facebook world for the next book I should shove my nose into, and was giddy when I noticed a dear friend of mine was one of the first to respond. I was giddy because she if the kind of friend that when she recommends … Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant Just Gets Me
As the title suggests, I attended my very first book club meeting tonight. It is called the Arabian Nights Book Club and is held the first Tuesday of the month at the Arabian Library in Scottsdale. Although now I think of it I should actually say, I attended my first club as an adult as … Continue reading My First Book Club
I just finished reading the book “A Robot in the Garden” by Deborah Install, and it was just the novel I needed at this point in my life. I have been on an adventure trying to become more respectful of what I need in life to truly be happy. This has included my therapist talking … Continue reading A Robot In the Garden – how it made me listen to my Tang
First blog is an exciting milestone I suppose. Although I feel like I have been having internal blogs blasting in my head for many, many, many years. I am excited to now share those blogs with the world and have a library of these seemingly random thoughts. Speaking of libraries, this blog was inspired by … Continue reading Well Here I Am!