Android, I Choose You

19 Feb

Technology Tuesday

I’ve experienced IOS on my Ipod 32GB 4th Generation. I was very disappointed when I turned it on and it had to be initialized with a computer before use. At the time I didn’t have a computer (it was packed for our move) and I returned the Ipod to the store.
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It’s All Overrated

7 Feb

Overrated

I’m told I’m crazy
Told that I’m a loon
Attempt to insult me
Bitter like a prune
Some like prunes I see
But they’re overrated
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What if? – The Condition of Control

27 Jan

Secret Saturday

I’m struggling right now. I’m messing up, ruining everything. I’m trying not to feel anything, but I want to feel everything. I don’t want to shut him out. Since he visited and left in December,  it has been all downhill for me, for both of us. I have the gift of being able to turn it all off until I can deal with it, I lived
my life without feeling until I met him.
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I Need to Get a Grip

25 Jan

Thriving Thursday.
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Love is overbearing, isn’t it?  It has got to be the most annoying emotion ever! I want to talk to him every second and be with him every minute,  but that has to be a secret. I wouldn’t want to appear weak or clingy, so I force myself to get a grip. But I don’t have one, so I’m afraid I may have to steal yours.  You don’t mind, right?
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Book Concentration…Secrets I must tell

23 Jan

I’m checking into my blog today. It’s Wailing Wednesday,  but I’m just going to check in to say that I’m still here, I’m alive. I think you will all forgive me when you hear what I’ve been up to. I am close. I am so so close to finishing a book that I’m writing. 
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Reflections (poem)

20 Jan

Reflections

When you look at me
Is my value different
From what you see
From what I meant
To show
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Crisis (Fundamental) Friday… It’s Just Snow!

18 Jan

Crisis Friday (Fundamental Friday)

Well, I didn’t believe it would happen. I really didn’t believe it. They did it, the clouds squeezed out some snowflakes, that must have been painful, poor clouds. Continue reading