Today’s the first day, post-Day Campus grades and I’ve solidified my goals for the summer. On the reading, writing, enjoying front, I want to watch 100 movies and read 15 books. I’d also like to submit 5 items for publication. … Continue reading →
Dear Summer, Tomorrow, we bid you goodbye. You weren’t here very long. Next time, I hope you’ll stick around a tad longer. Sincerely, Amy [Image credit: Amy L. Darnell]
Oh… let the summer road tripping and adventures begin! [Image credit: Amy L. Darnell]
I think I understand what he’s looking for. He’s looking back at summer, wishing it would stay just a little longer. Me too, kid. Me too. [Image credit: Amy L. Darnell]
A weary summer is starting to come to an end. For P.R.D.
A year ago I returned home from a phenomenal ‘movie’ road trip. That trip and the events a few days later– well, they may have changed my life (no hyperbole intended). The thing I love about road trips are what … Continue reading →
It’s hot today– ninety-one degrees as I went into town. It’s a Sunday. It’s late afternoon. I want to hang-out on the porch just like he is. [Image credit: Amy L. Darnell]
One of my favorite books of the past year, or any year, is The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach. Now despite thinly veiling my dear Muskingum Muskies as the bad guys, I love this story of baseball short stop … Continue reading →