Hi, everyone, I've kinda forgotten what it was like making a blog post that isn't structured. But what do you know, another year has passed and I've apparently been blogging for two years now? Wow. I have to be honest with you-- it's been tough. I've been dragging the last few months, but I have… Continue reading The Magic of Two Years
Monday, September 3, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Get one's kit off: Phrase, British informal Take off all one's clothes. "And our superheroes are as bruised and broken as the rest of us. Maybe even more so than us-- no, definitely more than us. Have you sincerely looked at them, gazed beyond the veneer and the facade they… Continue reading Get one’s kit off
Monday, July 2, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Minger: Noun, British informal, derogatory An unattractive or unpleasant person or thing. "You'll drive for however long it takes to run from the past, countless hours of hands aching and bum numbing, idling and humming along the way time passes differently now: not as fast as the scenery… Continue reading Minger
Do you ever have problems with things that inspire you? We all know the hassle of waiting for inspiration to kick you in the face. Sometimes we just need to tackle and subdue the Muse. (Or whatever you call your inspiration benefactor/enabler/Goddess... mine's called Musie and she's a handful. And oh hey yeah, I've sorta… Continue reading Where art thou, Inspiration?
Sunday, June 17, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Oesophagus: Noun Alternative spelling of esophagus. "Plumes of aubergine smoke rise in the air swaying in time to the metronome keeping beat to the rebels' causes mischievous idealisations fastening like winter's deadly end a seemingly endless loop white roses and their darkened shadows keep watch as the smoke… Continue reading Oesophagus
Thursday, June 14, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Radge: Noun, Scottish informal A wild, violent, or crazy person. Adjective Wild, crazy, or violent. "I bottle up the good ole rock n' roll inside a jar keep it safe beside my Queen-sized bed where if I open it a smidge thrumming guitar notes float out like dining… Continue reading Radge
Thursday, June 7, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Deadhead: Noun, British A faded flower head. "Adrenaline courses through our veins like a high stakes rollercoaster ride barrelling and tumbling and jumping reality into a crystal clear dystopia where I wouldn't mind staying for a little while. Only a little while, can't you see I am in need… Continue reading Deadhead