I moved to a drizzly little town just north of Seattle the summer before middle school. In this tiny, peace sign-shaped subdivision, there were six girls all in the same grade. As preteen and teen girls do, we became the best of friends, then… Continue reading Coffee in the Morning
Did you know just one generation ago, it was socially and culturally accepted to live our lives on other people’s terms? If Mike was still alive (remember, this blog is dedicated to him), I would have called him on my way home from work the day I found out Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Dylan is one of those greats in music … Continue reading Talk About Breaking Molds: Dylan Gets Nobel Prize in Literature
Recently, I made a personal goal to read one book a month. I know it doesn’t sound like much, but it’s been a long time since I’ve read for pleasure. Why? Blame it on being traumatized studying literature in grad school or trying to stay inspired in business, or even in my small self-help phase. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King … Continue reading On King Writing: A Review of Sorts
Whether you hate semicolons (like me!) or love them, there’s some recent discussion online about the use of semicolons today. And, whether you like it or not, writing does change each generation. Rules are there to be broken and bent until a new rule develops. Remember how much I hate the statement: because that’s what we’ve always done? So I’ve been thinking about reworking semicolons … Continue reading Calling all Semicolon Haters
This week I heard the “because that’s how we always do it” excuse for the last time. Why? Of course, when you push to find out why something can’t be changed or done … Continue reading The Last Excuse: Welcome to Lunarismoon.com
I’ve been asked more than once why I’m not on lunarismoon.com anymore and my answer is always stupid. I don’t have a real answer, but the time is right to start fresh! I’d like to … Continue reading A Dedication.