Downward Spiral (Day 2)

Posted by on September 1, 2013 in 365 daily project |

I was working overtime on the midnight shift at the county jail when I wrote this one. There was a man locked in his cell who was schizophrenic. He stayed that way twenty-three hours a day and it was my job to make sure he didn’t hang himself. Downward Spiral Psycho-babel “Punk-ass bitches! I’m innocent! […]


Make Art, Not War (365 Daily Project Day 1)

Posted by on August 31, 2013 in 365 daily project |

I have decided what I want to do for my 365-Day Daily Project. I’m going to pick writing as my medium. And the topic that I’m picking is going to be based on what is written at the top of my homepage, “Observations on the human experience,” in 500 words or less. The reason I’m […]

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365 Daily Project – Do Something You Love Everyday For A Year

Posted by on August 30, 2013 in 365 daily project |

My sister Mary sent me a book for my birthday called 365—Make Something Every Day and Change Your Life. The book was written by Noah Scalin after he decided to make a skull a day for 365 days. Why did he choose skulls? He just liked them. I have already completed a year-long daily-project like […]


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