I am an aspiring writer, lover of words, music, and the Lord Jesus Christ.
Quote Quorner“Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers." ~ Isaac Asimov
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I’m preparing to write a masterful blog post. It’s a daunting endeavor. First of all, I must think of a gripping subject matter. This task is often the hardest. Thoughts are fleeting. Focus is fickle. Therefore, food is required to … Continue reading
Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. (Charisma pales in comparison to sincere words, spoken in love). 2 And though I have the … Continue reading
I nearly forgot my password. It has been that long. How are you guys? Maybe you haven’t noticed, but I been relatively quiet lately. (If we want to be precise, I have been silent since 6/02/2013.) However, since technicality is not my … Continue reading
Please, if you have an extra 30 min. – check this out.
I do not care for Mondays (see: loathe, detest, despise, ad infinitum…). Therefore, I am exceedingly glad it is a Tuesday, which is a very non-Monday sort of day.Days of the week, to me, all seem to possess their own … Continue reading
My unfailing reaction to Mondays. (However, this one has been…*whispering*…pretty good. Don’t tell Monday. Please.)
This post is actually more of a thank you than anything else – although a bit of giddy celebration may slip in every so often. Just…forgive me when (not if) this happens. =) I so appreciate the readers who take … Continue reading
Hi. My name is Allison Bunke. And I am an unrepentant eavesdropper.I know, I know. Shake your little pointy heads at me and waggle your fingers accusingly. *Hushed whisper* But it really won’t make a difference. Wait, if it makes … Continue reading
I love music. Apparently, so have many others throughout history – you know, those no-names like…um, say Beethoven. Or Bach. Other little people like that. Some have even been so moved by music that they composed lyrical words in praise of it…I … Continue reading