Archive for the ‘Writing’ Category
Watcher’s Corner is another blog I just started yesterday. This one is mostly about writing reviews of movies, TV shows, plays and other stuff involving the entertainment business. So far I’ve written about some of the upcoming new shows I plan on watching this fall. So drop by the new blog and let me know what you think.
Hey guys! I just wanted you all to know that I posted up one of my newest blogs a couple of week ago. It’s called “The Poetry Baker”, which is all my original poems. Poems like:
1. Raving Lunatic, How I Love You So
2. Relationship Remix
3. Waiting for No One
4. The Blame Game
5. A Letter to the Boy Who Lived
6. Death by Friendship
7. Poetically Real
8. Caffeine Nightingale
9. Status Quo
10. Handle with Care
11. Apologizing with a Vengeance
12. Color Blind
13. Hand Me Down Ruby Slippers
14. Sane as a Hatter
15. The Ranting of a Pissed Off Voodoo Doll
16. Butter Flavored Bullets
17. 3 Small Words
18. Forgive or Forget
19. I Must Confess
20. Poetic Gladiator
And I’m working on even more poems as we speak. So stop and let me know what you think.
Hey everybody! Long time no see. I’m sorry for not posting anything but I’ve been busy with personal stuff. Work, relationships, and all that other crap. But hey! You got to do what you got to do. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about this blog and I want to create a couple of new ones, ones dedicated to the stuff I like. I mean, don’t get me I don’t regret starting sweet sanctuary. This will always be my first blog. I’ll stop by every now and then but I’m planning on moving some the posts I’ve written here to the other ones. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to check out my blog. You guys are great. Love you all!
I just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Can you believe that the year is almost over? Where did the time go? I’m off to visit my relatives, where there’s lots of food and presents and I get to see all my aunts, uncles and cousins. Nothing like spending time with family.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Hey guys! It’s December 1st and you all know what that means: Holiday Season. Man, where did the time go? First off I would like to apologize for not updating my blog like I usually do. I was really sick back in October and I had to deal with a bunch of other crap in my life. Sometimes I hate being an adult.
Anyway, I have a lot to do this month. There’s Christmas shopping and work, of course. Also post up some new blog entires: poems, movie reviews, etc. There’s also my Christmas traditions of collecting Christmas ornaments, post up Christmas videos on youtube on Facebook (my little Christmas video countdown), etc.
But despite the crazyness I’ll be with family and friends and that’s all that matters. I hope you guys have fun this Holiday Season.
Hey everybody! Yes, it’s me. I know it’s been a while since I posted anything on my blog but I’ve busy. Plus I was mostly sick during the month of October but I’m all better now. I just want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. So enjoy your turkey and pumpkin pie, spend time with family and friends, and be thankful for the things in your life.
Last Thursday I heard about this showcase presented by this group called So Say We All. It’s a group of local writers in the San Diego area that get together to share their work. As a writer this right away caught my attention so I decided to check it out. When I went down to the Whistle Stop Bar to watch other writers store their stories I honestly didn’t know what to expect.
By the end of the night I was in love. It was an incredible experience. Everyone had an amazing stories. These are the names of the writers that performed that night.
Matt Lewis told us about his uncle and how he was alienated from the rest of his family for unknown reasons and died before he could really get to know him.
Jenny Goff told us about how she went to New York for the first time and encountered some random guy who just grabbed her boobs.
Carol Harrison‘s story was about how she has been bullied when she was a kid and how she dealt with it.
Justin Hudnall‘s story was one of my favorite stories of the night. He told us about the Balboa Park water fight and what happened there.
David Latham shared with us his story about being a former drug addict and limo driver
Jane Sim is one of my writer friends who told us her story of being single mom while dealing with life’s challenges.
Holland Holzer‘s story involved therapy and a lot of prescription drugs to “help” her
April Ventura told us about how no matter where she lived, like the ghetto or one of those rich neighborhoods, they always seem to have a problem with her.
Each month they have a different theme and the theme that night was called F*ck That Guy! For example, Justin Hudnall’s(executive director of So Say We All) story told us about his thoughts during the Balboa Park water fight. The story was pretty funny and he showed us a slide show of the full thing. It showed everyone with water guns and guys in speedos. LOL! Everyone pretty much made a mess of the park, especially the lily pond. Justin talked about how it’s fucked up that when someone dies no one cares but everyone is super upset over a bunch of fish.
All these stories brought up good points, like how you go to therapy yet they don’t seem to listen to you or how your family won’t talk to about another family member when they seem perfectly normal. I like the messages they send, “fuck all of you” because let’s face it people have a fucked up way of viewing things. I’m definitely coming here more.