How I observe "Spectrumicity" in other folks.
the pandemic suits my craziness
What's happened around the bird feeder in my back yard shows a good example of how some people are not so different from squirrels. But maybe I should only speak for myself. A couple little fellas were hell-bent on getting to the birdseed. If the squirrels had just waited for the birds to do their … Continue reading destructive self-preservation
This is the view from my office window this week. Why anyone thinks it's a good idea to plaster a 30-floor tall medieval-knight-type guy with a sword and Bud-Light robes onto an office building 3 blocks from the action is beyond me. I didn't know anyone played football with a sword... sure doesn't sound like … Continue reading extrasensory overload
A few weeks ago, immersed mid-draft in a new novel, in the back of my mind (there’s always something going on in the back of my mind) I wondered why I was writing. The above of my mind (which is pretty reticent these days) responded. “You write to prove you’ve lived.” I didn’t care for … Continue reading why i write