Category: Life

Three Poems By Edgar Guest

These are the kind of poems and messages I needed today. I feel like doing many things today and yet, I’m having a hard time dealing with my blurry vision (caused by my allergies and probably other circumstances I need to pay more attention… Continue Reading “Three Poems By Edgar Guest”

Journal Entry Type #86: These Last Six Days

I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth although it feels like it. My emotions have been all over place since being laid off. Let’s just say I sort of knew it was coming, but when it did, it still felt like a… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #86: These Last Six Days”

Journal Entry Type #85: If a Door Closes, Another One Opens

With the recent news of me being laid off due to COVID, I took a few days to myself to digest the information. It’s easy to freak out after losing a job, but there is comfort in knowing I’m not the only one. There… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #85: If a Door Closes, Another One Opens”

One Month Done, Eleven More to Go

January seemed to drag on for me.  I got done with work today and didn’t want to do much after it.  I went shopping for a few things, realized every one is condensing their movie sections in stores, and bought some Legos on a… Continue Reading “One Month Done, Eleven More to Go”

How Sensitive Should We Be In Life And While Watching Movies?

You what word I can’t stand today?  It’s the word “woke.”  Former President Barack Obama stated his opinion where telling someone s/he did something wrong is not activism or brings about change.  People are way too much on Twitter and whatever other social media… Continue Reading “How Sensitive Should We Be In Life And While Watching Movies?”

More You Know: Cold Feet and Cold Showers

While I haven’t had any scientific and medical evidence, I believe my feet and hands have poor circulation. You tend to think of poor circulation belong to elderly people and even I’m getting more white hairs, I’m not a senior citizen by any means… Continue Reading “More You Know: Cold Feet and Cold Showers”

Journal Entry Type #19: Seriously! Really! No Kidding!

For the last two weeks, I’ve been out of sorts and going through the motions of work without much going on except medical crap.  What I thought was a routine CT scan of my sinuses, to try to get some relief since I’ve been… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #19: Seriously! Really! No Kidding!”

Journal Entry Type #14: How Do We Get Back To Normal? Was There Ever One? How Do We Get There? What Will 2020 Look Like?

I’m writing this because there are a few people in my life who I consider mentors, but sometimes we fall very opposite when it comes to politics.  There is one in particular who has helped me grow and still does, but unlike me who… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #14: How Do We Get Back To Normal? Was There Ever One? How Do We Get There? What Will 2020 Look Like?”

Journal Entry Type #7

Let’s Talk About Anxiety I recently asked someone if I’m more obsessive compulsive or anxious.  Why?  Because I tend not to think of myself as anxious.  I’ve gone through most of my life having other emotions, the run of the mill along with some… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #7”

Journal Entry Type #3: The Routine of Life Can Feel Really Boring!

Third Journal Entry Type: I’m a homebody.  I usually don’t leave the apartment except to exercise and grocery shop.  Otherwise than this, you can find me sitting on my futon reading or coloring.  Or, if I’m being really lazy on my bed watching TV,… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #3: The Routine of Life Can Feel Really Boring!”

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