I’m so free now, I’m so free now
And the way that I walk is up to me now
And if I breathe now, I could scream now
You can hear me from Topeka to Belize now
I’m gonna freeze out, these enemies out
They never see what I got, no need to bend my knees down
Heaven forbid, I never cared, time is running out
Nothing new under the sun, better get down
Looking for something great to listen to today? Look no further, friends. Your blogger is funking out to Wild Belle on Spotify and just can’t get enough of those dulcet tones.
Listen along and enjoy some smooth Friday vibes.
When’s the last time you experienced real, pure, unadulterated joy? Prior to this past Monday night, I’d have been hard-pressed to answer that question. But something happened to me that night, and it was spectacular. Better than anything I’d experienced in a long, long time. Continue reading “Welcome to the (Green) Machine”
Oh, my, my. Oh, hell yes. I’ve got to put on my party dress. That’s right — Imma go see Tom Petty this weekend! Continue reading “The Waiting (is the hardest part)”
I think I’ve mentioned before that I like to watch TV. I’m probably an addict. But I’ve made peace with that fact and even accept it as part of what makes me who I am. Continue reading “Cinco TV shows you haven’t watched but totally should”
Last week marked the three-year-anniversary of the glorious day that ‘Lil Beezy joined our family. I’ve been spending a lot of time reflecting on that period because we’re carefully weighing our options for adding a second pooch to the family. I like the idea of adding another dog to the mix—it would certainly put an end to the nightly fights over who gets to cuddle with her—but I went a little overboard those first few weeks after bringing Beezy home. Am I mentally fit to care for another dog? Continue reading “Confessions of a smug dog mom”
I’m a huge music fan. Some people have even referred to me as a music snob. I’m not, of course, but some of the stuff you’re listening to is really pretty awful. Ha! I kid, I kid! Continue reading “What I’m Listening To: Early December Edition”
Writer’s block is a condition, primarily associated with writing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work or experiences a creative slowdown. The condition ranges in difficulty from coming up with original ideas to being unable to produce a work for years. (Wikipedia)