LONG AWAITED UPDATES

Hello Dear Readers:

I know it’s been ages since my last post, and you’ve all probably been wondering whether or not I’ve ceased this blog or not. Well, I haven’t, and as of now, have no plans to do so. However, it has been a most chaotic past (almost) four months, and my head has been spinning nonstop.

This said, there’s a lot I need to catch you all up on.

I’m in the middle of a couple of posts, all of which you can expect soon. I’m also planning a few special posts, as there are a few anniversaries I want to commemorate this year. Without giving too many spoilers, here’s a glimpse of what’s to come:

TRUE STORY: The Man, The Plan, The ‘Rotten Egg,’ and My Life These Past Fours Months: A recap of all that’s been my life these past four months. This includes a man, an emergency surgery I underwent, an extremely disappointing case of not getting a job, and my future as a fiction writer (yes, this will include novella updates, etc).

DATING DISASTER SPECIAL: Led On! Apply Directly to Vulnerable Heart!: A “certified fresh disaster (meaning it recently occurred),” this story involves the man in said above true story (FYI, the title is a parody of the old “Head On!” commercials from the late 2000s).

TRENT’S BIRTHDAY BLUES: Trent Reznor find himself in the unfortunate position of getting locked in his “thinking room,” on his 56th birthday. Hilarity ensues as he tries to get out, but can’t reach anyone to help him (I still hope the real Trent Reznor is OK with these videos).

TRUE STORY: *For the 10th Anniversary of My Relocation to the Plains* My Time In the Plains: The Whole Story: As I reflect on the tenth-year anniversary of my move to the Plains, I discuss my motivation for moving there, what went right, what went wrong, how I wound up back in Ohio, and why returning (to the Plains) is always on the back burner.

TRUE STORY: *For the 20th Anniversary of 9/11* My Visit to the Twin Towers: Provided I can find them, I want to share video clips and pictures my dad took of us visiting the Twin Towers in July of 2000. I’ll also discuss my personal thoughts on the tragedy, share where I was when the attacks occurred, and how a “weird, gut feeling” saved a friend of our family’s life.

So, there you have it, a little preview of some upcoming posts. I hope this finds everyone safe, healthy, and well.

Stay tuned!