Namaah by Jami Amerine

Consider This: Namaah, the Wife of Noah

Consider This: Namaah, the Wife of Noah Namaah woke with a startle. It took only seconds to reconnect with her dolorous existence. In a breath, the familiar companion of nausea ran circles around her. She would have vomited, again, but there was nothing left to purge. Her throat burned from the last episode. She squeezed her eyes shut, desperate to stabilize herself. With her eyes closed, her nose was forced to stimulate. The putrid stench of her atmosphere was magnified. …

How to be Chill:  Partly Sunny with a Chance of Tsunami

How to be Chill:  Partly Sunny with a Chance of Tsunami I used to rant and rave. Honestly, I can still go on a tirade.  There is stuff that offends me.  And, there is stuff that makes me throw up a little. Maybe it is because I am getting older, but I don’t get as crazed as I used to. Perhaps it is just a season, a season of chill. But I would like to believe, this is me, the …

New Year Jubilee Road

New Year: A New Everything, The Jubilee Road

New Year: A New Everything, The Jubilee Road I will start by saying, 2018 was the hardest year of my life.  And no, no one died, we are safe and well.  However, I was struck hard with the grief of loss from the year before, change, and disappointments. I think I am most fascinated by how quickly we want that part to be over.  But for readers and listeners of my podcast who are also watchers of HGTV, what has …