Groundhog Day

I woke up this morning a little earlier than usual. I laid in bed for a minute. Pondered life. Thought about Flea Market Guy. Smiled a little. Got up. Got out of bed. Let my dogs out. Cooked some eggs and toast. Opened the door to let my dogs in. Only two came back. One […]

There was a Funeral

I went to Samantha’s funeral today, which is now yesterday by time you read this. I wasn’t sure I was going to go because never in my 41 years have I been inclined to go to a funeral. Not my grandmother’s, not my grandfather’s, not my father’s,  not my first love’s… I’ve always said funerals […]

We Were Good

I really love the fact that I have so many awesome and beautiful people in my life. The other night when I found out about Samantha, I was in shock. I was downtown when I got the call. I only live about 6 minutes or so from downtown, but I knew I wouldn’t make it […]

Rest Easy, Sam

My best friend died yesterday of a heart attack. I guess it takes shock about 12 minutes to turn to grief. And then I cried. And I couldn’t stop. So did lots of other people. Samantha had just told me not so long ago that she had known me for ten years and she had […]

Mom Beyond the Grave

I logged on to my Google account the other day. I was looking to edit some of the personal information, or at least update it. Ok, I’m not going to lie, I was looking to see if there was an occupation listing or a title to put under my name. I was thinking something along […]

My Untimely Death

I always knew I had mental problems, but the following realization might take the cake. I was riding in the car today as a passenger and it dawned on me that I am a terrible passenger.  I’m nervous. More like actually fearful like when I watch a scary movie. I’ve never really been in a […]