Last day of the November… 30 posts. (well, honestly only 29 posts, I took a mulligan just once.) I did post somewhere every day. If it was’t here, it was on Facebook or instagram. That seems to be what has happened to many bloggers. They have set aside their websites and turned most of their … Continue reading Last day of November
She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain." ~ Louisa May Alcott “Books are so banal and she doesn’t even use an e-reader,” Soleil said checking her Snapchat feed. "Seriously,” Esmé nodded, transposing their exchange into a Facebook status. “She could catch the movie on Netflix.” “I heard printing all that … Continue reading Too fond of books
You’re not some dewy-eyed ingenue, naive and unsophisticated. You take center stage, chewing the scenery with your saccharine schoolgirl routine. Your tarnished reputation can’t be camouflaged by pretty-in-pink eye flutters, and coquettish smiles. The “poor me” act, punctuated by grand gestures and proclamations, grows stale. Without an original thought in your vacuous head, you never … Continue reading Mean girls
It’s not like it was back in the day. Now Instagram pix and Vimeo videos are uploaded instantaneously for all the world to see. No filter, no blurred lines, just all her glory in all its glory. Dad isn't pacing alone down those long, brightly lit, sterile hallways, absence and detached from that singular moment … Continue reading Hashtag birds and bees
Email messages Social media comments Pen and paper lost As obsessive active as I am online with my imaginary-friends-who-live-in-my-computer, I still get all school-girl giddy whenever I get a real, handwritten note in my mailbox.