My friend Catherine’s amazing expat+HAREM post “Death at a distance”, one of the most powerful essays I have ever read, has left me processing a great deal of unresolved grief.
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedinI read my first Stephen King novel when I was 12 years old. The book was Carrie and the year was that of the Gulf War I, 1992. Thus began a love affair with King’s books that has continued to shape my life until today. This year I turned 30 and I’m even more in… Continue reading ‘Til Kingdom Come
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedinThey say that the things we have lost will never be returned to us, but I’m not sure if that’s entirely true. Yes, what is gone cannot itself return but I think aspects of what we have lost come back in many familiar forms. Take my Spirit Guide, Cubby, the wolf-dog who was my companion… Continue reading Familiars
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedin*teaching english sucks ass *why do ex-girlfriends/boyfriends write slanderous meanness on webpages or in emails, then when something real or imaginary (as the case may be)happens the first person they think to call crying to is the one they have been trying to convince themselves they cannot live without by being an asshole? is this… Continue reading not so random thoughts
On ghosts and werewolves.