Shortness

I've been working on a post for two days, the draft of which I started like two years ago. But it's not rounding out the way I want it to. Ever want to tell a story that has multiple facets, and you can't bloody figure out which ones you want to focus on? Or, worse …

Good

I'm feeling good. I tend to not always vocalize when I'm feeling upbeat because my brain tells me that as soon as I say it, something horrible will happen that will destroy everything. I never want that, obviously. But I'm feeling good these days. And I'm happy. And that's all.

Questionings

I got this from Greg Fallis, whose post you can check out right here. Feel free to check out the rest of his blog, he's both hilarious and insightful! I just figured I'd go along with his post and also answer the following questions (These are what John Lipton from Inside the Actor's Studio asks …

Today

Today, I saw a video of three brothers in Aleppo, Syria.¬†One brother died before their eyes at the hospital. They were all children, tear-streaked faces covered in thick, gray dust. Their devastated mother walked every step to the cemetery cradling her shrouded dead son like a baby. Today, I read a letter by the father …

None

So, I could say without much exaggeration that I lost my voice. Not my physical voice. That's still there. No, I lost the voice that I thought I always had. The one that always made me want to write something---anything. I'm going to find it again, a little at a time. Even if I say …