The Anti-Blogfest Blogfest (or Gary Philip Pennick’s Sad Cry for Attention)

Well, the moment has finally arrived…The Day the Blogfests Stood Still. The day I became an anarchist and topped the NSA’s list of most dangerous bloggers. The day that Gary Philip Pennick demanded that we not pay attention to him by paying attention to him and throwing a blogfest—but not really a blogfest—an Anti-blogfest. For … More The Anti-Blogfest Blogfest (or Gary Philip Pennick’s Sad Cry for Attention)

Redirect to Mistress Snark’s and Join Us For a Spot of Tea

These past few weeks have been a blur, and I’m not quite sure if it’s this Black Death virus that’s been attacking my weary body or my visit with Mistress Snark over at Laura Eno’s blog. I’m really not even sure what day it is or where I’m at. At least there aren’t any cavemen … More Redirect to Mistress Snark’s and Join Us For a Spot of Tea

Soup-er Bowl Sunday

“I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.”   Blanche DuBois, A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams Have you ever depended on the kindness of strangers? As this year’s Super Bowl teams battle, I am reminded of the tradition started at my church in San Diego back in ’98, the year the city played host … More Soup-er Bowl Sunday

IWSG: November

“Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.”  – Norman Vincent Peale “Hello, my name is ML and I’m an insecure writer.”“Hello, ML.”“Oh…no need to be so formal…you can call me m.” It’s good to be attending my first … More IWSG: November