My Copy: 9781683506737 (image from goodreads.com) Well, a few months ago I read the prequel book to this one, Running on Empty, which deals with Childhood Emotional Neglect and recognizing the signs and such. That one was pretty in depth and geared more toward the personal and self-improvement. Running on Empty No More goes beyond … Continue reading Running on Empty No More: Transform your relationships with your partner, your parents, & your children, by Jonice Webb, PhD.
Yeah, after dwelling on weirdness that happened today (but I was too headachy to think about it much), this idea popped into my mind. Anybody I work with would call me a generally positive person, though I may let out a little steam when there's something frustrating going on. That's for one-on-one discussions whenever possible, … Continue reading How an outwardly positive person can be infested with negative thoughts.
My Copy: 9780553582024 (image from bn.com) Well, this one seemed to have too much and too little in its pages, all at the same time. Many characters are missing, which is disappointing because I kept going further and further, wanting to know what happened to X, or Y, or Z. This is a book for … Continue reading A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice & Fire #4), by George R. R. Martin
I just spent nearly two hours cutting up what was left of my dry fruit and mixing it with bird seed for the parrot. I'm sure I didn't have to go all out like that, but for some reason, I guess the sound of the seeds swirling around (and the nutcracker crunching on the harder … Continue reading Focusing on the wrong (or odd) things…
(edited to correct a link) I've seen these around, but never got a chance to figure out what they were. Well, Andrew at Life between 0 and 1 nominated me this time around, and I wanted to take the time to peruse what it was about. It's simple: according to the creator Okoto Enigma, it's … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award–groovy