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Curiosity Killed The Cat. Creativity Killed The Squirrel.

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth”. From light to waters to ground to sky to birds and creatures to soar and swim, I like to think that inspiration struck Him. Yes, he was on a roll, zapping and painting and sculpting a dark nothing into everything. But on the sixth day,… Continue reading Curiosity Killed The Cat. Creativity Killed The Squirrel.

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Hide Your Ha-Ha: Notes On When To Stop Joking

There are many a pleasant thing to be besides hilarious. People are a little more forgiving of chin acne. Even the most serious of situations becomes laughable. But I’ve also learned, through one million repetitions of skewed punch lines and various degrees of humiliation, that being the funny girl is, oddly enough, not much fun at all.… Continue reading Hide Your Ha-Ha: Notes On When To Stop Joking

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OUCH! That was me…feeling your pain?

I dated the nicest boy once. He had pretty eyes and a habit of opening doors for me. Above all else, he was the only person I’d met who matched my awkward and then raised. So we said sweet things to one another, held hands, and ran into walls together. For a brief time, we… Continue reading OUCH! That was me…feeling your pain?

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Dolly Does Dress Code

It’s the way of the world to have one’s freedom interrupted from time to time. From employment to dieting we have to follow protocol to a certain extent, live within limits, and color within the lines. As I found out my Senior year of high school, even Jesus H. Christ had to answer to someone.… Continue reading Dolly Does Dress Code

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Hide Your Ha Ha: Notes On When To Stop Joking

    There are many a pleasant thing to be besides hilarious. I’ve learned, through one million repetitions of skewed punch lines and various degrees of humiliation, that being the funny girl is, oddly enough, not much fun at all. For a little insight I suppose we should go back to the root of the problem: Mrs.… Continue reading Hide Your Ha Ha: Notes On When To Stop Joking