This is a short story I wrote last night. I'm currently in love with it and wanted to share. I hope you like it. - Marti The Unusual Conclusion of Planetary's End Thursday Night Eric looked over at his wife. She’d just emitted one of those GASP things she does when she’s read … Continue reading The Unusual Conclusion of Planetary’s End
So this showed up in my Facebook feed this week: So of course I had to post it and see what happened. What happened is I got some random questions, some thoughtful questions, and some rapid-fire funny questions by an inebriated friend of mine. I enjoyed tackling ALL of the questions, and got wordy and storyteller-y … Continue reading Ask Me My Top 5 Anything
I have a thing for threes. How about three things I'm excited for? Aaaaaaand, that does it folks! Completely done with the 30 Day Blogging Challenge! And it only took me . . . uh . . . . well, I had other things happen … Continue reading Day 30 – One thing you’re excited for.
Well I started this eons ago, so I might as well finish it. I only have two days left to go on my 30 day blogging challenge. Today's topic is: The Night of Your 21st Birthday. I'd like to point out this list also states, "If you're not yet 21, the last birthday you … Continue reading Day 29 – The Night of Your 21st Birthday
Hello. Me again. I haven't been blogging as frequently as I'd like . . . sorry about that. I have a new job now, and there is a bit of downtime on occasion, so hopefully I can get back to weekly blogs again. The plan is to also finish my book. But since I am … Continue reading Ten Things You Need to Stop Doing at the Freaking Grocery Store
I wrote this several years ago for an "I Hate Valentine's Day" themed poetry night. In a dive bar on some back street of Nashville, TN, I presented a crowd of strangers with the poem below. I brought the house down. It was a glorious moment. Woke up this morning and was inspired to share it with … Continue reading Ode to Valentine’s Day
Journal Entry 1/5/94 Got up at 7:15. Went to cafe to get a Coke. They gave me a can and a straw. $1.10 for a can of coke. Rode subway. Not as bad as I thought. It looked cleaner than I imagined it. Trinity Church was pretty, but not as impressive as St. Patrick's Cathedral. … Continue reading New York City – January 5, 1994