The Comeback.

The Comeback.

This year I am set on finishing some of my projects, but I want also to start to build an audience. You are in for a treat. There are two stories I have been scribbling about in my notes, and I realized they can be serialized here. I will try to add a chapter every […]

Another breaking point

‘Is this your bread?’ ‘Yes, but put it down.’ The Battle of The Bread It had come to our attention in the highest offices of the Council of Modest Affairs than time, a local resource measured in uncertainty, was not being properly managed, and that well, it should. That intelligence was internal, and only contained […]

A splinter on my touch finger.

A splinter on my touch finger.

After 3 hours of struggle I couldn’t get the splinter out, I feel completely defeated. I was in the kitchen, when it happened, and as I type, all the Hs and the Ys, the Us and sometimes the Js have a tingle of pain. I still don’t know exactly what it is, even after using […]

An unnatural fear of corners.

An unnatural fear of corners.

Tonight we are going to talk about fear. We all experience fear, from time to time, an emotion that precedes humankind, and that usually precedes a danger, a pain, a harm. It is the threat of it, and not it, that makes us feel cold at the nape of the neck when a terrible thought, […]

I Bow No Haircuts.

I Bow No Haircuts.

I dread haircuts. I try to never get them. Once in a while, though, I forget why, and, as if possessed by sudden madness, I surrender. I wanted the sightliest of trims. I even brought a picture. The only available lady seemed impatient, yet she wanted to cut my hair. I accepted her. She saw […]

A Toad in a Hole.

A Toad in a Hole.

See, this gentleman here was found in a hole. He managed to dodge a shovel digging in a small garden, because the whole thing is to be removed and paved with stones. I captured it, and asked for ransom. I wanted his toadstone, but it was a family heirloom. I gave him a plastic half […]

Call The Midwife and a Pool of Tears.

Call The Midwife and a Pool of Tears.

I have been watching the BBC’s Call The Midwife. I don’t understand why it makes me cry. I’m 23 years-old, yet the episodes make me extremely emotional. I wasn’t even that fond of babies. I always considered them too snotty. Neither I thought I would grow so fond of nuns. I always pictured them as […]

Overtaken

Where else would a Gingerbread Man live but here? More of Whole Cake Island. Sentient things and edible buildings? I bought it instantly. You see, I have the secret whim of visiting Japan alone, in the future. I have many friendships there. If I know Japanese I may be able to roam about aimless and […]

Talking to Rocks. 

Today I remembered I have a blog. I had to check twice to make sure I didn’t have some pot plant dying somewhere, or had run out of meat for the vultures. I took my camera, and rations for three days, then I went outside to find some rocks to talk to. I like rocks […]

On procrastination and The Thief of Time.

I can think of a thousand things to do instead of what I should, but in the end I would feel better if I did it. I am a loafer, I know. I have been working almost 12 hours a day for a week, so I don’t mind work, but for the things I care […]