Well, actually, I know how to blog - it's just that I know enough about how my head works to know that I need structure to work within.  I also know that once I have that structure defined I'll feel free to step outside that structure at a moments notice - but I'll have that structure to return to once I'm done wandering.

So I just have to figure out what I'm going to do with Tuesday.

I used to do a "Tuesday Tale" once in a while.  Maybe that will be "Tuesday Normal".  Little short, succinct vignettes of life and living, warming or spooky, scary or reassuring.

Speaking of spooky - I have completely reworked my Halloween story.  It's a bit longer, now, and a whole lot spookier that it was.  It WILL raise the hair on your neck.  Just be forewarned.  Halloween will return in October - and so will "Something Eerie This Way Comes".  And yes, I blatantly stole that title from Ray Bradbury - well, I paraphrased it anyway.  That's it - Blatant Paraphrasing.

If you really want to get depressed, watch a documentary on PBS called "Rich Hill".  It's about some young people from the wrong side of the tracks in a little Missouri town called Rich Hill.  You can see - they have nothing - no way out and no where to go.

Ndinombethe.  Ubuntu.


PattiKen said...

Don't worry about stealing your title from Ray Bradbury. He stole it from Shakespeare.

2nd Witch:
By the pricking of my thumbs,
Something wicked this way comes. [Knocking]
Open locks,
Whoever knocks!
[Enter Macbeth]

How now, you secret, black, and midnight hags!
What is't you do?