Day 1: What Color is Your Personality?

Sooo, November just kinda snuck up on me. I’ve been super busy these past few months. Back and forth to the doctor and physical therapy for an ankle that doesn’t seem to want to heal; working two jobs, tutoring, book clubs, and I’m sure there are some other things but I can’t think of them right now.

Anyway, this year I’m going to attempt – in addition to everything else – NaBloPoMo on this blog and my short story blog. I have mostly everything mapped out, but you know ‘best laid plans’.

I thought I’d start off NaBloPoMo with something fun. Continue reading

Diversity 2017

I’ve been thinking about this for some time and I finally made up my that I’m going to do it.

In 2017 I’m only going to read books written by and about people of color.

The idea came to me a few years ago when I going through my literature books. Trying to figure out what I was going to keep and what I was going to give away. I noticed Continue reading

Who Am I? An Introduction of Sorts

Who would have thought that these three little words would be so hard to fathom a solid answer? The reality is that who I am seems to change evolve on a rather regular basis.

When I began doing a bit of self-reflection I decided to take a closer look at my Myers-Briggs Personality Type in hopes of shedding a little more light as to who I am. I am an Introvert Continue reading

Hazardous to my Health

I’m starting to wonder if Colorado is hazardous to my health.

I should have known that today was going to be ‘special’. It started with the zipper on my skirt getting stuck. I couldn’t budge it, nor could I shimmy it down.

Then the creme de la creme was when I was walking to work. Oh about 10 minutes from my building when I tripped and fell. Luckily it’s not broken, only badly sprained.


Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors is a weekly link up hosted by Norm over at Norm 2.0.

There’s no rhyme or reason to these doors. I was walking home from work yesterday and decided to take some pictures.

I pass this church on my walk to and from work every day. There’s nothing super spectacular about it – or at least so I thought. Continue reading