Pun and Quill

Ravings of an ordered mind.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt spec script

This single-camera, half-hour comedy was my first completed teleplay submitted to contests and fellowships. Kimmy struggles over how to spend her lottery winnings. Jacqueline, Lillian, and Titus try to find acceptable Mother’s Day presents.

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Emmie and the Alien feature spec

An artsy sci-fi geekette still living with her folks at age twenty, struggles to uncover her mysterious past with the help of an alien only she can see.

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Childish original pilot

When the Supreme Court rules that child acting breaks labor laws, a youth talent agency temp must rally her colleagues and her high-strung boss to find a way to fill all roles-under-18 with adult actors, and save the business.

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Hello Weirdo

Everyone has to have a first blog post, so this is mine. It is simple. It is brief. It is my "Hello."

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Secret Places

Normally, she would escape to the cave, the hidden door carved from a tree stump hidden in the nest of the woods. Under the earth and behind nature’s flesh she felt completely safe. Locked away in the precious secret place... Continue Reading →


A woman's body is like a tree Bountiful, shady branches of shimmering green Like arms stretching over the ones she loves A woman's body is a twisted trunk Memories of storms weathered etched into gnarled bark Scars of good and... Continue Reading →

Look! I wrote a post!

Sometimes showing up is all you can do, but that's one step better than quitting, and isn't it true that "the journey of a thousand miles begins with one single step" (Lao Tzu)?

Shopping with a Significant Other

Have you ever gone shopping with a significant other with the plan to purchase one thing you both equally like? It can be an exercise in communication fer shure. The hubs and I recently went looking for a bed frame.... Continue Reading →

Meester Cheeto Pants Starts a Band

Meester Cheeto Pants, now retired from education, has started a Mariachi band with his closest pal, a lover of java, who goes by "Iguana." With his love for drama, every set is full of flair and the southwest flavor he's... Continue Reading →

Hydrated with Eager Hope

I am thirsty and hungry. I am constantly wanting, and infrequently am I satisfied. But Jesus says if I come to Him, I will thirst no more. I will eat and be satisfied. ““Is anyone thirsty? Come and drink— even... Continue Reading →


I haven’t been writing. I have been waiting for the muse to outshine the comfort of watching. I haven’t been learning or reading either. It’s daunting to think there’s something I “should” be doing instead of being propelled by the... Continue Reading →

10 signs you are not ready to own a Tesla

1. You don't know what a Tesla is. 2. You think Elon Musk is a fragrance for men. 3. You think "Ludicrous mode" really is ludicrous. 4. You haven't Googled answers to all your questions, like: "Are there enough charging... Continue Reading →

Fires & Fathers

I found an article from the November 1989 issue of Firehouse Magazine. It explained my father's accident from a Firefighter's or an Emergency Medical Technician's perspective. It was detailed about the process of performing medical care while figuring out extradition... Continue Reading →

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