I got to make this quick. I was editing the next few chapters of Vigilance (which -as usual- were a mess) and I had this odd moment where I realized how hollow of a life I have. Granted, I don’t think living a life of fighting crime and blowing stuff up is a life I […]Read More Tired
Time flies. One day you post a blog, then you work, and next thing you know seven days have gone by. But look, another story update! Yay! Breathe. Just breathe. Trixie tells herself this over and over again, yet no matter how many times she says this, no matter how stern her thoughts or hard […]Read More Story Time: Vigilance (05)
This has been a bizarre few days. Found out my knee is damaged, one of the guys at work walked out and another put in their notice. Right now I am pulling double duty as janitor and stock. But mostly janitor since the bosses don’t like it when I do stock. I just like helping, […]Read More Notes. Notes. More Notes!
Oh, hey a new post in a short time. Madness! I just couldn’t sleep after my shift at work, so I decided to post another piece for Vigilance. This is chapter 4’s opening segment since the opening paragraph is small. I believe I need to go through this part again, just for more detail. Especially […]Read More Story Time: Vigilance (04)
Can I start with an apology of forgetting to post this? I mean, I don’t have much of an excuse anymore seeing as how I am now down to one job (thankfully). I just get distracted way too easily with life. But some good news, with the one job I was able to edit some […]Read More Story Time- Vigilance (03)
One of my student loans is almost gone. Out of the $12k, I am now down to $4800, which is quite remarkable. The other one is still about $10-11k, I’m going to have to check, but one bill at a time! Any, I bring this up because of my failed try at a university I […]Read More Just Do It!
For a while now I have had two roommates. One I knew from work and the other served in Afghanistan. I also knew him for a long time and when we ran into each other it was both unexpected and fully welcomed. The former coworker has a daughter that I was frankly too nervous to […]Read More Very Interesting