Airbrushing

In my last post I wrote about mundane I deemed my own life to be. That wasn’t an emotional, depressed assessment. In a way it disturbed me more because it wasn’t. I’d gone beyond emotion, pity, despair, to just acceptance of how my life was, is, and would always be....

Prisons

When I returned to blogging, the whole thing was write a bit about our lives. And if I’m honest, that’s always freaked me out. I’m terrified to write about my actual life. I don’t have kids. I’m not married nor do I have a partner. I haven’t got the life I desired,...

Reclaiming My Life, One Story At A Time

How long is it since I wrote for just the love of it? It feels like years. I’ve been writing to build a career for so long, the love just died. Betrayal and failure got their hands on my writing gift and tore it down. The love just died. But here I am again. My dear...

Writing From A Sofa

< I’m sitting here on my lunch break, showing up to write. I’m trying to find the fun in writing again. The simple joy of writing my life. As I write this on my phone, delving inside myself to try and find the words, it strikes me how scary this can be....

33 Years: Why It’s Time To Tell My Story

April 1st 1985.  It was the first Monday of Holy Week. Little was I to know it would become the moment my life descended into hell. I still remember. I remember the lights of the ambulance lighting up my bedroom window. I remember creeping downstairs in a hallway lit...

Poema S2 08 | Kaitlin Curtice on Glory Happening

https://jamesprescott.podbean.com/mf/download/9rhjuv/Kaitlin_Curtice_The_Divine_Everyday_-_15_09_2017_20_46.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 37:57 — 52.1MB)Kaitlin Curtice joins me on the podcast today. Kaitlin is a Native American Christian author, speaker and...