Sunday Side Quest #29

I keep mentioning the craziness that November was. NaNoWriMo was more than just a journey of writing the minimum of 50k in 30 days. It was an event that was filled with friendship and discovery. One of the greatest discoveries that came from it was a place called The WatchTower Café in Salt Lake City…

Sunday Side Quest #28

Life takes a lot of funny turns. I have mentioned in previous posts that I have gone through a lot of changes. One of the largest changes in my life was the sudden move from the south back to my former home in the west where my family is. What I don’t mention is the…

Sunday Side Quest #27

  While I know I have missed quite a few of my Sunday Side Quests due to the sheer amount of work that NaNoWriMo has taken, I wanted to stop a moment and just put out this quick post.   Last week was Thanksgiving and due to a sudden change in our situation, Jei and…

Sunday Side Quest #26

Do you remember when you were a kid and your parents dragged you to every extracurricular activity they could manage to fit into their busy day? Some of us got dancing lessons or some kind of sport. So many times over as impatient kids we would fail to follow through or stick to the task.…

Happy Halloween!

In two days, it will be Halloween. In celebration of our anniversary, Jei and I have spent our weekend away together. It has been a roller-coaster ride of a weekend and isn’t quite over. While this post will be short and sweet I just wanted to say Happy Halloween to everyone and that I am…

Sunday Side Quest #25

I really wish that I could keep a little editor in my pocket. Not just because I would love to have someone fix my writing here and there, but more because sometimes I feel as if I wouldn’t fall flat on my face when I say certain things if I had an editor to run…

Sunday Side Quest (#24)

We all have our obsessions or vices. From loving a color too much or maybe just decorating our lives with cute images of cats, we all have those niches of need that people look at and just go ‘yep, that’s their thing.’ I am no different. People know me as the lover of all thing…