I love movies. And I’ve taken time to look ahead at the year to come. There are a lot of movies coming out that I’m going to want to see when they hit theaters. However, I’m not made of money. And I discontinued my subscription to MoviePass toward the end of last year. So there’s … Continue reading 10 Movies I’m Anticipating in 2019
This is another one that's pretty much become an annual tradition here at The Confusing Middle. Yesterday I looked back at which posts from the year were the most viewed according to the WordPress analytics. Today, I'm pulling out the posts that I personally enjoyed writing the most. I will say that there are some on … Continue reading My Favorite Posts from 2018
Hey everyone, I just wanted to take a moment to say merry Christmas to one and all! I hope that you're able to spend some time with friends, family, and the people you love this holiday season. In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. This … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Recently, Ely over at She Gives No Fox shared the story of how she came to love writing at a young age. Her story jogged my memory and reminded me that my own story of learning to love writing was somewhat similar. For Ely, it was second grade. For me, it was a few years … Continue reading The Prince
I just want to take this moment to say thank you. As of yesterday, I now have 500 followers here on the WordPress. Honestly, I don't know what would possess that many people to click follow on my little corner of the internet, but I am super appreciative. I never guarantee that my posts are … Continue reading 500
I kind of love the Timehop app. It lets me look back at the things that I've tweeted and posted to Facebook in years past and reminds me of how hilarious I am. Yes, I do laugh at my own jokes. Deal with it. Anyway, today, Timehop reminded me that, a year ago, I live-tweeted … Continue reading That Time I Live-Tweeted The Little Mermaid
Do you believe in capital punishment? Would you be willing to execute a man sentenced to death by the courts if you were selected by lot to do so and he would go free if you refused? Assume you know no details of the trial. Like a lot of things, I'm of two minds on … Continue reading Question of the Week #126