“This is it. Now we’re gonna be orphans,” she said to her brother, lighting up a cigarette. She was referring to the death of their father, which was taking place as they spoke. She ran into her brother while leaving the hospice wing of the Good Samaritan Hospital, where he was sitting on a curb […]
Read More A Scene From the Month of November
…songs I didn’t realize I was listening to because of TV.
Read More This Week In…
You may or may not remember me mentioning DRAMA in a previous post. Well, I got the chance to see this lovely pair live this past weekend in LA. Fair warning before we start – I made the mistake of trusting Chris to be the photographer of the night, so the only photos I […]
Read More Drama Duo at The Mint
I’m pretty interested to hear whatever Soto Voce does next.
Read More “Heavenly Father,” she sang sotto voce…
I can easily see this song playing over a scene in an Aquarius-like period drama or something, with the camera panning over a California desert.
Read More Neighbors
Like Amy, I grew up with many brothers, a deep fondness for Harry Potter, and an aversion to failure that can only come from never having failed at anything.
Read More “O” as in “Overlooked” (Job Hunt Update)
My “Real Top Songs of 2017” playlist includes songs you’ve probably heard of before, as well as some you might have missed out on thus far. Either way, give it a listen, save the songs you like, skip the ones you don’t, and thank me later.
Read More Songs I Played on Repeat in 2017
Happy Holidays! Not gonna lie, I don’t really trust people who don’t like Christmas music, and I have no sympathy for people who get tired of hearing holiday music during the holiday season. So if you’re a Scrooge or a Grinch, this post is definitely not for you. That being said, I have a Spotify […]
Read More The Warmth of Winter
These are all songs that helped me cope in one small way or another, and I think anyone who’s experienced any kind of loss can appreciate at least a few of these.
Read More Living in Memory
I was wearing myself out trying to help him cope with the mental illness that I suffer from.
Read More Part III: Sorry I’m in Pain