Nice to see you.
I grew up rural working class. Much of my work is raw and from experience.
Many stories and poems published worldwide.
2014 Pushcart Prize nominee. (more)
''They are not long, the days of wine and roses:
Out of a misty dream
Our path emerges for a while, then closes,
Within a dream.''
What we can learn about people from observing babies.
Food is the Number One Priority in Life. Period.
Sometimes, we just don't know what we want.
We need routine, (even if we think we don't.)
Smiling can change someone's perception of you.
Whoever invented the term, 'Sleep like a baby' had never had one.
We connect with some strangers and not others, and who knows why.
We are much happier after a good crap.
A person's size is inversely proportional to the amount of noise they make.
(also known as Napoleon Syndrome).
We like the familiar.
Just because we cry doesn’t mean we’re sad.
Insisting on having it your way doesn't mean that it’s all going to work out.
We are by nature, contradictory.
We are easily entertained, but just as easily bored.
We don't always know what's good for us.
No matter how adorable you are, you can still be considered a pain in the ass.
It's impossible to be happy all the time.
Thanks to my daughter Tilly, who didn't really have to do anything but contributed to this post all the same.
Care to make any additions?