Accidental Musings

J: Or you know where they say they “accidentally slept together”
Me: Yeah, I never got that accidental bit. How does that happen like, “Oops, I tripped and my pen-is slipped into you?”

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You need to know this

I have neglected this space for so long that if this was actually physical, there would be a thick layer of grey dust coating any exposed surface and removing it is likely to make you sneeze in succession.

I will come back to clean this up but for now, it is of absolute importance that I record this in writing so that I never ever ever forget it in this lifetime

In this moment, I feel utterly and completely loved by the universe. And it feels so amazing to be secure in this knowledge that I am loved. I am not in love but I know that at any given moment in my life, I will never lack for love and warmth.

Even as I type it, I know it sounds like hippie tripe, especially when I’m not even bothering to provide context (The context is my whole life and frankly, you’re not mentally prepared for that many words when you decided to read this post)

However, someday, if you’re in right frame of mind, you may rediscover this knowledge in your own context. You may, as I did,  wish to read the chapter on “timetravel” in Amy Poehler’s marvellously wise and sincere book, Yes Please as this  knowledge warmed me when I encountered that chapter.

Speak soon!

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The passing of time

Me: So [event] is happening the upcoming Tuesday
Gramps: Don’t tell me what day! Tell me what date
Me: huh, why?!
Gramps: Bah, days happen every week. Dates only happen every month.

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Tragic proof…


…that the pen is indeed mightier than the sword #jesuischarlie #restinpeace

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Conversations with Z

Z: So we went to another hotel instead. We entered our room and it was well, very compact.

Me: Did you really mean to say “WTH, IT’S SO DAMN small?

Z: I’ve calmed down since the holiday

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