Monthly Archives:

June 2016

  • Fiction

    Crimson River #DiscoverWP

    It was the first time, and it wouldn’t be the last. She watched the blood ooze down her arm — starting as a straight line from her wrist and snaking its…

  • The Month That Was

    The month that was June 2016

    Another month down, another month closer to the end of the year. In case you were wondering, for some reason I’m counting down. Especially now there’s only one long weekend until…

  • Poetry

    White picket fence

    I saw you every Thursday night As we put out the bins for Friday morn You’d give me your hundred-watt smile But your eyes always seemed forlorn ‘How was your day,’…

  • Life

    A to Z of me

    It’s been a while since I did a whimsical post about myself. When I came across Debbie’s blogfest on 26 random things about yourself, I figured it’d be a nice chance…

  • Creative nonfiction

    Longing for summer

    The mornings are the hardest. All I want to do is snuggle deeper into the covers hoping it will engulf me with its warmth. Alas! Life beckons and with it, the…

  • Life lessons

    On freaking out

    As someone who has been an anxious person most of her life, freaking out is not uncommon for me. When I was little, I occasionally freaked out when my mum wasn’t…