TWITL – week eight – last weekend

31 Words for Tyler not a day passes without hearing your songs I always sing along and laugh and smile thinking of you knowing this is just the beginning of your ride with the stars with Tyler & Sabina We saw Tyler last weekend! As always, it was wonderful to see him and hear him…

TWITL – week seven 2017 – cyclical fangirl loving

This week marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Kevin Smith, the New Zealand actor who played Ares on Xena and Hercules and one of my ultimate fellas. It’s crazy to think that he’s been gone for fifteen years already and that I’m so much older than he was when he died. In my…

TWITL – week six 2017

when he falls asleep he reaches for me a stranger in reality a constant in dreams whispering a name he doesn’t know searching for a face he’s never seen until he finds me then he knows me we share our hearts our laughter our thoughts until morning rises then he forgets as we let go…

TWITL – week five 2017

the first touch the tentative smile how time just stops the breath holds the heart pauses let this be forever as we exhale suddenly truly alive the broken pieces worn to something new just as beautiful as once fallen tears this time hope blooms with promise in this first touch Simon Kassianides in Desert Dancer…

TWITL – week four 2017

all this time I didn’t know you would be the one every glance a mystery until the moment we touched did you forget as I did to breath to think to speak did you freeze while the spark lit a fire deep within unlocking a different beat to your heart all this time we didn’t…

TWITL – week three 2017 – fangirl love

I am filled with such fangirl love for my fellas and fellow fans right now. Who’s first? Jacob Davis! Jacob is on a radio tour and we’ve been lucky that the different radio stations have live-streamed Jacob’s mini-gigs. Just the other day, I happened to be looking at my twitter and the local Sacramento station…

TWITL – week two 2017

After days of rain, the sun broke through on Friday. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I hadn’t gotten sick enough to not go to work. Seriously, how sucky is that? It’s just a little sucky. Of course, being able to stay home and sleep almost all day isn’t such a bad thing…