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Growth habit: unknown It was a dark and stormy night. You were having a beer. I was flying a kite. You looked up from your Economist smiled and said you-wanna-miss? … And I said. I love to garden.
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/stop-walking-eggshells/201409/healing-daughters-narcissistic-mothers So if you want to read more about me, or more about yourself … I stumbled upon this article. Concise and to the point, it’s a quick read. I found it by googling myself. I can’t remember now how it happened but my intention was googling myself and different terms. I think it’s funny. … More Stumbled upon
“It’s been at least six months” a local Toronto mother of three was heard complaining while seated on one of 4 stools available at the restaurant. “I love their food. But seriously…??” She continued to the hipster beside her who pretended she had not said anything at all. The owners of the restaurant were unavailable … More Local girl makes pact with herself to stop frequenting her neighborhood burrito joint until they change the Onion articles pinned onto bulletin board directly in front of the only seating available
It has been a slow boat for me to get here. But I’m here now. Any curtailing of the mention of my arrival would be classified as regression. And so, I write. It’s not that I didn’t know I was bisexual. Like all the proper media clips say, it really isn’t a choice. I believe now … More I am bisexual and representation is important
This blog has been edited to respect the names and places of people in my family. I have no authority spreading stories I have not investigated myself. Though I talk about my mother, this is my story. Thank you for reading it. Shame, blame, disrespect, betrayal, and the withholding of affection damage the roots from … More Mothering my mother (killing the Narcissist within)
The poem below is an expression of myself at a certain point in my life and how I view my own childhood and the trap of childhood in general when we are born to the wrong parents. I occasionally edit it. The letter ‘N’ has always been a thorn in my side. It has been … More My Horrible Little Book
Stare into the middle distance Listen to the words you are fighting Now you are Squinting. Squinting into the middle distance Listen to the words you are fighting You’re peeking at enlightenment. Open your eyes wide The light won’t blind, as our body is trained to believe. This light gives sight At every level of … More Objectivity makes objects of a valuable lesson
I’ll keep this as brief as possible. Did anyone else watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens and think “I bet Harrison Ford only agreed to be in this movie if he was guaranteed he wouldn’t have to be in the next one.”? Just wondering if I’m alone on that one or not. And since we … More My first thought on Star Wars
2014-12-10 Order prevents decay 2015-01-15 You see that I’ve changed but you don’t care. Your brand of crazy is too much to bear. I’m getting ready to find a new home. Rolling with the punches has made me a Rolling Stone. Next three mornings gone. Next three days and I’m on my own. When … More iPhone Notes/Song with no melody