#OTR50 Day 161: Revision to Day 46

Oh expense reports!
My Achilles Heel | My administrative nightmare|
You shame me with my errors
| International conversions that drive me to drink

Read More

#OTR50 Day 146: And the Tree Came Down

It was an old and overgrown tree diagonally across from our house. When I walked all the way up to the resting trunk, it rose to my shoulder height making it about 4 feet or rather approximately 1.2 meters. Most of the houses on our block were built in the 1950s and 1960s, this tree […]

Read More

#OTR50 Day 137: Twitter Attempts to Define Adulting

The internet and social media can be a nuts crazy thing. Not quite 20 days ago I noticed this tweet because a friend I follow retweeted it. A few hundred people had also noticed it at that point. I saved the link for a future writing prompt because it struck a bit of a chord […]

Read More

#OTR50 Day 118: Random Tracking Thoughts

This post was accidently published as private initially Carving out time to write is about giving up something. Relaxation time, television, working out, reading, coffee chill time, social media catch-up, sleep, etc. It’s a choice I’ve been making for the past 117 days. Different every day. I have not been keeping track. It’s a pretty […]

Read More

#OTR50 Day 108: Luna & Abby

Everyone needs a BFF! When Luna was still a tiny rescue puppy at about 12 weeks, we met our neighbors and their dog, Abby. Abby was about one at the time and it was an instant puppy friendship. Luna looked like a miniature Abby. Although she now has a slight brown overtone in places, as […]

Read More

#OTR50 Day 105: Time and Pace

Time and Pace One day rolling into the next without notice Late nights and early mornings making it hard to remember Is it Monday or Sunday? Wednesday or Thursday? In rooms without windows, it is a challenge keeping track of sunrise and sunset My phone tells me it is the next day Yet I am […]

Read More

#OTR50 Day 102: Presentation Prep

When the words become blurry on the screen | When the right words are just out of reach | When the connected thoughts suddenly seem disconnected […]

Read More