You don’t know until you try. (a writing exercise.)

(For this exercise I’m writing from the perspective of someone who has to overcome an insecurity.) It had started on his elbows. then it moved to his knees, and then to his back, forehead and eyes. It was called “Psoriasis”. It’s when the immune system attacks itself and the skin responds by over producing skin…

The morning of the eclipse. (writing exercise)

(the challenge this exercise was to write a very short story of only a few minutes in time) “Where are you going?” he asked as she started to walk away from him. “I’m taking Dax for a walk and letting him run around.” she said as she called the dog to her. “Be careful. don’t…

Breakfast (writing exercise – no names)

(challenged myself to write a scene without using any names and to not use gender specific terminology for the server) He sat across from her as they both sat for breakfast. She was craving pozoleĀ  so they went to their favorite Mexican place to eat. A little place they had found years ago that made…

This morning. (a writing exercise)

I popped a 25mg thc infused gummy bear into my mouth and sat back in my couch. The Google Home device was playing random songs from random singers all singing long drawn out ballads about love lost or mistakes made. I wasn’t sure if that was the sound I was looking for, but I let…