A Star Rises: Behind the Scenes of Design

Hello, Internet! On August 28th, I launched a limited edition t-shirt campaign A Star Rises to benefit the victims of Hurricane Harvey. All proceeds go to Feeding Texas, who will provide aid to area food banks affected by the storm. And let me tell you, launching a t-shirt campaign when you’re doing it solo is omfg stressful….

Monday Feature at C.S. Poe’s Blog!

Hello, Internet! In case you missed it, C.S. Poe invited me over to her blog for an interview. I talk about what it’s like to be an artist and the weirdest thing I have in my office space. If you thought my plush lymph node and plush anatomically correct heart was weird, wait until you…

I Puked in Yoga Class

Got your attention, didn’t I? Greetings, Dandelions! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Far too long. It’s hard to share my crazy bipolar life when I have stuff to work on in my crazy bipolar life. What is that “stuff?” That stuff would be self-care. And if you read one thing today, this is it….

[Flash Fiction] Welcome Back Roe Horvat!

Hello Internet! Welcome back Roe Horvat for today’s Flash Fiction! In today’s story, there’s one thing about putting in the time for a relationship, but what happens when your boyfriend exists on another timeline all-together? Silver Dust by Roe Horvat   Jens slapped at the shower handle to stop the water. He strained to listen….

[Flash Fiction Friday] August Li Drops In!

Hello, Internet! Today I have another first time guest for Flash Fiction Friday, welcome August Li! Gus as we affectionately call him, brings us a fantastic tale of remembering when things were beautiful, but beware, memory can be deceptive. The Gardens at Fontainebleau by August Li It hangs in the second-floor double drawing room, not…

You Are Not Garbage

Well everyone, here we find ourselves again. Unbeknownst to everyone, I had planned my mental health posts every two weeks. And only known to me, I’ve blown that deadline twice in a row. Honesty is the best policy! So let’s get back on track! This is a revisit of one of my way older topics…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Thianna Durston!

Hello, Internet! Welcome Thianna Durston as a first time player for Flash Fiction Friday! In today’s tale, a loving couple get more than they bargained for when their adorable pet chihuahua finds himself a new toy. Mikey’s Toy by Thianna Durston “What a day,” Stalt exclaimed, faer eyes bright and shining as fae walked in…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Sera Kane Joins The Party!

Hello, Internet! Sera Kane joins us here today for Flash Fiction Friday. She brings us a beautiful piece of a Phoenix and a goddess, and the recounting of the day the ocean turned to blood. Worthy Offering by Sera Kane   Vengeance is a terrible reason to live, and a worse reason to die.  I…

What Bipolar Disorder Is Like To Me

Greetings once again, my Dandelions, and welcome back. When I started this blogging journey about living with bipolar disorder, I honestly didn’t expect I’d stick with it. Which is strange because of how much I pride myself on helping others and being a strong advocate for mental health. I would say to myself “Who the…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Antonia Aquilante!

Hello, Internet! Welcome back Antonia Aquilante for this edition of Flash Fiction Friday. Today, she brings us a heartwarming tale of a long flight home may not be so bad with the right company. Business and Pleasure by Antonia Aquilante Daniel strode through the airport at just short of a run. His last meeting had…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Laura Lascarso!

Hello, Internet! Laura Lascarso drops by for this edition of Flash Fiction Friday. She brings us a tale of that awkward moment of running into your ex at the grocery store. You’re buying condoms, and he’s buying diapers. As a special treat, Laura is also giving away a $10 Amazon Giftcard! Target Confessions by Laura…

Pitfalls of Miscommunication

Greetings my Dandelions, and welcome back as I continue this series of posts on mental illness. I’d like to thank each and every one of you for commenting and sharing these posts on social media. It means a lot to me. And not only that, it means a lot to someone who needed to see…