Creativity · Mental Health · Music · Uncategorized

Thoughts on Cobain Documentary, Montage of Heck

I just got finished watching the Brett Morgen documentary, Montage of Heck, on Cobain. I feel compelled to write about it for so many reasons. One of them makes me a superficial, fame-whore sellout, a reason that Cobain himself would despise.  My last post on him, written 3 years ago, is pinged on a near… Continue reading Thoughts on Cobain Documentary, Montage of Heck

Comedy · Daily Observations · Mental Health · Self · Spirituality

Get a Helmet

Some days there are no mistakes. There are some strange coincidences, though. People, usually with big, bright smiles on their faces, say, “Coincidences are God’s way of remaining anonymous.” How quaint. With that said, today while sitting in front of my computer, I clicked my mouse over my Chrome web browser toolbar by accident. Seemingly out… Continue reading Get a Helmet

Cleft Lip and Palate · Creativity · Family · Medical/Dental · Mental Health · Self

Resilience Through Humor

September is Craniofacial awareness month. A month, and cause, near and dear to my heart. I was born with bilateral cleft lip and palate. I have written a lot about my cleft lip and palate experiences on this blog. The teasing and questions, the procedures, surgeries, scary moments, and, believe it or not, there is… Continue reading Resilience Through Humor

Comedy · Creativity · Mental Health · Self

How WTF? with Marc Maron Has Changed My Life

It all started with a recommendation by a friend to check out Marc Maron’s WTF podcast that featured an author named Tracey MacMillan. Now, I am a big reader, so this made sense.  It made sense for better understanding where I was at in my life. The purpose  of downloading Marc Maron’s podcast was to… Continue reading How WTF? with Marc Maron Has Changed My Life