Monday, August 17, 2015

and then there's me

What have I been up to lately? Let me tell you a thing.

I have been ...

:: Working at my work. (I work at a cafe. In the same cafe, I ran across a fellow that has basically become Jeremiah Frost. Cafes are good places to work for writing inspiration.)

:: Speaking of Jeremiah Frost, I co-wrote a short story about him with my friend, Andrew. I've discovered that collaborating with friends to create stories is much more fun than writing alone.

:: Speaking of collaborating with friends, Emily Ann and I are currently working on a project that we can't tell you about yet because we like keeping secrets. My sincere apologies.

:: Speaking of Emily Ann, she and I have decided to bring back the class from the 40's. Anyone want to join us? No better place to start than hair. Em did a post on how to use foam curlers to create a classic 40's look, so go check it out!

:: Speaking of "class of so-and-such"... I'm heading off to college soon! That could either benefit or not benefit my writing on here. Stick around and we'll see how it goes. Hopefully I won't forget about it.

:: Speaking of "forget about it" ...

:: And that wraps up this post, I suppose. Remember, kids ... Studio C, good writing friends, and cafes will get you far in life. This has been wisdom with Emily. You are dismissed.


  1. Hooray! I cannot wait to hear about you and Emily's next project. And I am definitely on board with bringing back the class of the 40s. In fact, my sisters and I started a group pinterest board to try and bring back classic hats and other vintage fashion. You two are always cooking up great ideas. I can't wait to see what comes next!

    I've never done a collaborative writing project, but you are convincing me that it is something I need to try.

    1. We're excited to finally spill about it, but it's pretty slow-going right now; we're not quite ready to share with the world yet. ;)

      And yes! More 40's class! Bring it on!

      Oh, definitely go collaborate with some writing friends. It's loads of fun. ^.^

  2. Yay! I can't wait to hear what the mystery project is! And I agree, coffee shops are fabulous for inspiration. Is it just me, or do you think that coffee attracts cool people?
    Lol, Studio C is one of the most fabulous things in my life.
    And good luck in college! I think you'll love it. (-:

    1. What is it about coffee shops? Inspiration, fascinating people ... so much goodness packaged into one. ^.^

      Studio C is the best thing since ice cream, wouldn't you agree?

      Thank you so much for your sweet comments, Elizabeth!

  3. I like this Jerimiah Frost character! Somehow I missed the post featuring him and read it for the first time today. It intrigued me!

    And Studio C rocks! I could watch them for wayyy too long!

    1. I'm so glad you like Jeremiah! He's definitely the most intriguing character I've written. I love digging deeper into his story. :) I'm glad you enjoyed it!

      Studio C!! I love that you love it too! (Yet another thing we have in common!)