A to Z Challenge – Inside Out

Inside Out 2015 Directed by Pete Docter Quick synopsis... When 11-year-old Riley moves to a new city, her Emotions team up to help her through the transition. Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness work together, but when Joy and Sadness get lost, they must journey through unfamiliar places to get back home. I find the depiction … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – Inside Out

I Suffer From RBF, Part II

I'm sure you can tell from the title that this is the sequel to a post I wrote some time ago. To recap: RBF stands for "Resting Bitch Face" and it's something I definitely have. I have this tendency to look stressed out or super angry when my face is just at rest with no … Continue reading I Suffer From RBF, Part II

Question of the Week #127

When did you last cry in front of another person? by yourself? I did both just this week. And if you've been keeping up with recent posts, you probably already know that. By myself, it was while I was writing and later proofreading the post I wrote here... In front of someone else was when … Continue reading Question of the Week #127

Moved to Tears

I’m not an emotional person. At least, I’ve never considered myself an emotional person. Well, not an overly emotional person. I’ve always prided myself on my ability to control my feelings. When I’m feeling happy, it’s because I allow myself to feel happy. When I’m angry, it’s because I allow myself to be angry… or … Continue reading Moved to Tears

Ten Years Later

Last year, I shared about the night my father passed away. I wrote about the day leading up to that difficult night and the emotions I felt upon hearing the news. This year, ten years after losing Dad, I want to say thank you to the people who surrounded me in the days and weeks … Continue reading Ten Years Later

The Single Guy and the Blank Card

The following account is based on actual events which occurred a number of years ago. The Single Guy longed to talk to the Girl in the White SUV. For months, he had watched as she drove into and out of his life two or three times per week. He was working a job in which … Continue reading The Single Guy and the Blank Card