reading time: 2 minutes Saturday 9: Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows (1965) Unfamiliar with this week’s tune? See the video and watch it below! I haven’t heard this song in YEARS! Nostalgia, for sure! 1. In this song, Lesley Gore sings that sunshine is wonderful. It’s hard to argue with that. Is it sunny where […]
Month: November 2022
reading time: 2 minutes As a writer, I do lots of research on a lot of things. One of the most fun parts of that is stumbling on interesting places that I can visit virtually. Here are 13 places you can jetset to for free!
reading time: 2 minutes That’s the word for how I feel. Elections in this time and in this country are about social issues more than anything else. Elections are about human rights. About the rights of women’s bodily autonomy. About the rights of the BIPOC community. About the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community. About […]
reading time: 2 minutes With bated breath, I will spend my election day. With bated breath, I will wait to see if I should feel hopeful again. With bated breath, I will wait to see a glimpse of the future for this country. I’ll be honest. I have little hope this morning. I’ve seen […]
reading time: 2 minutes Saturday 9: New Attitude (1984) side note: I love me some Patti LaBelle!! This is a great side! Unfamiliar with this week’s tune? See the video and watch it below! 1) In this song, Patti Labelle sings that she feels good from her hat to her shoes. Do you often […]
reading time: < 1 minute play along here 1. When have you recently had to correct one of your errors? Well, I totally missed a plot point in one of the books I’m writing, which meant a huge rewrite. For the better, however! 2. When did you last break something you wish you hadn’t? I […]
reading time: < 1 minute The front page of the online Merriam-Websters has a top lookup list that refreshes every thirty seconds. These are the first thirteen words I saw this morning. It’s interesting, some of the choices on this list.