Life by Numbers

Flash Fiction July, 27 She uses statistics to guide her life choices; if she wants to buy a car, look for a new pair of boots or decide where to work she has to first do her research. It became her habit a decade ago, a keen burning interest in educated guesses and piles of research… Continue reading Life by Numbers


Poetry 101 Rehab: Decisions

doubt. this could go either way. it's completely unpredictable. (attempt at further discerning will fail) educated. guesswork factors in too much. try to draw up lists, pros and cons. (there are too many unknown factors) consequence. ripples that come from throwing a stone into a pond. (you never know quite how far they will reach)… Continue reading Poetry 101 Rehab: Decisions

Processing Information

I disagree with this. I don't think it's the overload of information that causes people to lose common sense. It's what they do with the information. Anecdote time: I've been a longtime watcher of Pretty Little Liars. For those of you who don't know, it's about a clique of girls who are stalked by someone impersonating their… Continue reading Processing Information