So I watched Bahubali 2. No this post is not a movie review. That doesn’t need a whole post, I review movies in two lines. Bahubali 2 was a total nonsense of a story but yet, Oh-so-much-fun to watch, and I would love to watch it again, just for Prabhas, even if the story makes… Continue reading Bahubali 2, A Bad Youtube Video and Saturday Morning Gyan
Taking Back Control I’m still writing. Writing every day. And I’m doing pretty well. Clients sure are happy. Only me, not so much. Because writing for money and writing for joy are such different things. Writing for joy should be easier by analogy though. Why then have I just not been able to do it?… Continue reading I Hang On
Ha HA. This is incredible. You know i wrote that little excerpt titled begin again almost 6 months ago…left it in the drafts…posted it on a whim a few days ago. didnt begin again then, didnt begin again now. this is becoming impossible to deal with. have i lost it. can i write no more?… Continue reading
That was one good movie, Begin Again. Yep, Kiera Knightly and Mark Ruffalo, cute one. What am I saying? Well, saying something, anything. I have to write, I want to write, I need to write. Even if it doesn’t make any sense, even to me. I just gotta push a few buttons on this keyboard… Continue reading Begin Again
My son’s first day of pre-school was the 1st of May 2015. Five months later, the 1st of September 2015 was still just his fifth day! Yep, he just won’t go to school. The first day we proposed to take him to pre-school, he was more than excited. He had been excited the whole week… Continue reading When I Got Schooled By a Not-Quite Preschooler
The first thing I thought about after giving birth to my first baby was that I will now get back in shape. Okay well yes, the first thing I thought after a bloody twelve hour labor was that I’m never doing ‘this’ again. But losing weight and getting in shape came a close second. (Yes… Continue reading To All the ‘Fat’ Mommies Out There
A miscarriage is a tragedy. An absolute crushing tragedy. Yet, its completely a medical, sometimes genetic issue and never ever in any way a mother’s fault. All women who have ever suffered a miscarriage must stop blaming themselves about it.