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I'm around the internet a lot less these days. I guess I've reached the point where I want actual human interaction with people in front of me and not via a screen if I can help it and that I wanted to experience more of the moments for me, not just to document them for others.
I still make stuff. I sometimes still blog. I'm still usually doing something ridiculous. I think I'm funny, but sometimes people don't agree. I've been reading a lot more.
or in haiku form:
used to be here more,
realized want to live, to live
not just for writing
it's nice to meet you
martha and ridiculous
tell me about you
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Tag Archives: books
A bunch of time back, I mentioned that I read Coming Clean. by Kimberly Rae Miller. She’s a dear friend of a dear friend, a truly lovely person, and someone I can reach out to if/when I know there’s something … Continue reading
Gosh. Friday you’ve arrived you beautiful thing, you. It was one of those weeks I didn’t think you’d come around, but you always come through. Eventually. Let’s get a quickie Friday Five in before it’s time to commence weekend activities … Continue reading
Quite some time ago now, I read Seduction: A Novel of Suspense by M.J. Rose A copy of this book was made available to me by the publisher at no charge to me through my partnership with the now defunct … Continue reading
The last few weeks have been wrap ups and season finales for all my favorite shows. (If you’re new around here or otherwise not in the know, that would be Bones, The Blacklist, NCIS, Criminal Minds, and Elementary. That’s in … Continue reading
I took this photo last night after swimming in a 70*F pool in 72* weather and limited sunshine. Love those kids. It was my reward for that and picking up a friends mail. It has nothing to do with this … Continue reading
As much as I blog and participate in social media, I also read about blogging and social media. In my reading, I’ve seen time and again that people who know about blogging say that you should write something every day. … Continue reading
Recently, I read The Anti-Romantic Child: A Story of Unexpected Joy. The reviews on Red Letter Reads are here. From the publisher: Summary: Priscilla Gilman, a teacher of romantic poetry who embraced Wordsworth’s vision of childhood’s spontaneous wonder, eagerly anticipated … Continue reading
Don’t forget there’s a prize! Every comment on thankful for posts gets an entry. See complete rules here. My cell isn’t easy to blog from so I’m playing catch up… thankful for #20: I am thankful for Momma’s Apple Pie … Continue reading
Back in April, I wrote about my thoughts on the Hunger Games and as a treat for being a good girl, Frank got me the second book Catching Fire one day when we were out grocery shopping. (I wrote about … Continue reading