i read a book years ago in which the author used the term “balanced” to refer to a character who was poised at the edge of a mental breakdown. i’ve always considered it a remarkably appropriate term.
i had too much cereal this morning. my brain took me to task regarding the quantity almost before i’d finished pouring it.
every day is a new day. this is either a good thing or horrifying, depending on your point of view and state of mind.
(December 20, 2017) Who doesn’t like the happily ever after at the end of a novel? Who doesn’t celebrate when the main characters head off into the sunset? The idea that happiness can be found in two hours or less is an appealing one. It’s satisfying when things turn out well. It warms the heart.... Continue Reading →