Life would be perfect is life were easy. It is not. Nobody’s life is perfect. Let me remind you of that statement everyone is always quick to say: Nobody ever said life would be easy. At least the complexity of life assures the living of no boring packets of time that lasts for next to…… Continue reading Life and a Day Job
No honeymoon period lasts forever. I was lucky to have had more than two months of utter bliss, or blissful ignorance. I was left with my mouth hanging and eyes wide open. It was incredulous. I chatted to the affected person and we both felt discouraged. I guess we were disillusioned. I had to process…… Continue reading Have a life!
February had some days, a week or two, that were quite wonderful as far as my writing life is concerned. Although I was (am) still not writing, I was IN the writing world, attending book launches and chatting with the most awesome and beautiful bookstore owner, the brilliant mind behind SKOOBS, Theatre of Books in…… Continue reading Authors, Writers, Book Launches
Tuesday (yesterday) started off with me doing an event costing from home. Therefore, I didn’t have to drive to work during rush hours, which makes a great morning. It didn’t matter that the area where we live still had no water. (I won’t say since when because then I’ll have to answer the question about…… Continue reading Life today
There’s a new sparkle in town I want… and sometimes, I do get what I want. It’s a matter of priority. 🙂 Better yet, there is the other Romy version with Crystal Hotfix instead of just the multi coarse glitter fabric… for four times the price: from 2,050 to 2,395 Euros. Hey, if you can…… Continue reading Jimmy: Romy, the new shiny kid in town
As I get ready for bed at the end of the first day of the last month of winter, I can’t help but feel as though the month of July was not only the month I was least creative but also the time I allowed myself to get lost and even bask in the glory…… Continue reading Anticipating Spring
Once upon a time, when I didn’t have a full time job, my mother said that my shoes were a waste as I didn’t have an office to go to every day. I did go out on most days though so I said that I would wear a different pair each day. I called it…… Continue reading Shoe Love Affair