Kim Carmichael began writing nine years ago when her love of happy endings inspired her to create her own. A Southern California native, Kim’s contemporary romance combines Hollywood magic with pop culture to create quirky characters set against some of most unique and colorful settings in the world.
You might be like me this week- forgetting your days, writing and reading away the morning, surprised to see six o’clock roll around and have little to show for it.
Or maybe… you’ve been super productive and are ready to tell me all about it.
Songs I Woke To This Week That May
Also Be Titles to Children’s Picture Books
You Had a Bad Day
All Fall Down
Men Without Hats
I Love Baby Cheesy
Songs I Woke To Last Week That Are Oddly Prophetic
One Way Leads To Another
Red Red Wine
Hot Child In the City
With Arms Wide Open
I’ve written a few of these McSweeney-like lists, even had a few published. Dooce linked to one on her Twitter today. ( which is going to read like Portuguese to my mother) but here, I offer you two more.
What Could Have Been.
I am a list maker.
Not the kind of person who needs to stand up and state her case in a room of over-caffeinated nervous people wearing polyester, but the kind of person who can be found in grocery stores across the continent clutching scraps of paper: milk,
That’s pretty much a successful life in a nutshell, isn’t it?
And a good way to share some excellent news that I have been sitting on for over a week.
I won a scholarship to a prestigious summer writers workshop in NY –
I pick all the pumpernickle toasts out of the Chex mix.
I worked 22 jobs in a 10 year period.
After a drunken stranger grabbed my tit on a sidewalk in Stuttgart I am wary of all Germans.
- A white laundry basket filled with neatly folded clothes on the side of a busy highway
- A bloody sneaker
- A man dressed for church riding a red lawn mower down the center line
- 3 white BMWs on 3 separate highways with their hoods up and a man standing at the rear,