Thanks to Spillwords Press for publishing my poem Diminuendo.
After my mom died, I had a huge hole in my life. Then I met a hair stylist who became my Mexican mom and gave me advice and good haircuts.
Yes, my Reblog button is still missing in action. But here's a step-by-step guide on how people can reblog using the WordPress share button.
How bad was my dream? Well, it ended up in an expensive ambulance ride.
Man, I had the worst dream last night. Or maybe the second worst. Anyway, heads up, faithful manateans -- this isn't a typical light-hearted or funny post, so feel free to hit the ejection button. Things will definitely be more light-hearted in the next post.
I'd like to thank the gracious Sheqo for nominating me for a Sunshine Blogger Award and apologize that it took me so long to post a response (I was out of the country and then life got in the way). Anyway, it is much appreciated! Make sure you stop by and check her site out www.sheqoz.com where …
I hate dieting, but I didn't have much choice because I had to fit into my dress clothes for my cousin's wedding. And those calories weren't burning off by themselves.
My mom always told us kids we had a dad in a million. It's something moms say. But now that I think about it, she was right. My dad wasn't rich or an intellectual, but he was a hell of a guy and I think you would have liked him.
Couldn't sleep. This popped into my head.
I was just nominated for my first Sunshine Blogger Award by a fellow blogger. I'm not particularly sunny and I burn easily, but I'll take it!