Friday, March 22, 2013

Updates on this Crazy Bohemian Life of Mine

It's been awhile since I've posted here on the main blog! The one that started it all! haha I've just been so busy elsewhere. For example, check out what I've been doing in the world on online writing and making money online:

And just how active I've been on Twitter:

Not to mention all I've been up to on Facebook:

And that's just online. In the "real world" I've been watching (practically raising) my friends' kids, working at Qdoba as a line server, trying to make music, and finish my 2nd poetry book, my sci-fi novel, and my musical version of "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen.  Not to mention that I TRY to see people from time to time.

But here I am, here to give at least a little update.

So... here are some things I have been obsessed with lately...

-My nephew (as always)
-Cry Baby and Blazing Saddles
-Writing on Bubblews
-The idea of ditching cable for a Roku
-Making money to get out of this hole I'm in
-Old episodes of "The Cosby Show," "M*A*S*H" (as always), "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
-Season 8 of Weeds (Hooray for Netflix!!)
-Singing along to Adam Lambert in my car at the top of my lungs
-"Bad Boy" by The Jive Bombers
-American marches
-Peace and Love (as always)

Some crazy things that have happened:
-Had our water shut off for a few days (ick)
-Furnace broke. So... we were without heat for 3 days and nights. I am very grateful for blankets. And very happy that I am a bit of a blanket hoarder. 
-My brakes went out on my car WHILE I WAS DRIVING IT! All was well though... I avoided an accident and my daddy fixed it all for me. I'm one lucky gal!
-Our basement flooded. A lot. Ruined a bunch of stuff. But what can you do but move on?

Awesome stuff:
My first book of poetry is now available as a Kindle ebook! Yay!


I am once again raising money for The March of Dimes March for Babies.
Every little bit helps, so if you can, PLEASE donate to this amazing cause that helps BABIES! 

Peace and Love,