Author Archives: SparkyLeeGeek

About SparkyLeeGeek

I'm a cheesy broad with a good sense of humor. I'm also a self professed geek, dog lover, Whovian and music snob. I have earned money by painting, I've worked in call centers, with dogs and in the fitness industry. I also write for Bubblews http://www.bubblews.com/account/165359-sparkylee74 and I have 2 separate blogs on Blogger: "My Whovian Take" a blog dedicated to Doctor Who and "Life in Fog Goggles" a blog dedicated to daily life and living with Fibromyalgia and CFIDS. I will be featured in an upcoming Anthology for HorrorAddicts.net titled "The Horror Addict's Guide to Life" My interests range from Doctor Who, dogs, and Science Fiction to Zombies, Humor and Astronomy. Creativity is my passion.

Coming to an End

Dear Readers, I hope you have been well.  I apologize for my absence.  I have gone through some changes and have been honing my craft.   As I settle nicely in to my forties, I feel like I have outgrown … Continue reading

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Marijuana: Nature’s Blessing

Oh crap. I forgot what I was going to write. I hate it when that happens… I use marijuana- legally- it is prescribed to me. I have several chronic pain conditions that require pain management and marijuana works for me … Continue reading

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Goodbye SparkyLee/ Coming Clean

For years I have written under the pseudonym of SparkyLee Anderson. I chose this initially because I figured it would be a short time affair writing pieces that no one would read so if it flopped no would be the … Continue reading

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Things That Drive Me BatShit Crazy

These are just everyday little things that happen, but when you have ME/CFS and constant pain it doesn’t take much to push you right over the edge of insanity. Sometimes the end result is simply a bunch of cursing and … Continue reading

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10 Eerie Mysteries

As long as I can remember I have been fascinated with the bizarre and unexplained.  As a child I had to rely on books that I got at the library or through the mail.  When I was fourteen, my neighbor … Continue reading

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What Does Chronic Illness Look Like?

Living with pain seems to be all I know. In the last few months it’s gotten worse, especially since my father pulled away from me. Again. My mother did this years ago so I’m no stranger to neglect, but anytime … Continue reading

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I May Be a Hoarder…

  Hoarding. According to Merriam Webster means: “a temporary board fence put about a building being erected or repaired” Hmmm. Okay, so the Urban Dictionary describes a “Hoarder” as “anyone that feels the need to find, collect, keep, pack ANY … Continue reading

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Living With Chaos…

The world is filled with so much anger and meanness. I’ve known this since I was a toddler. I grew up in a, let’s say, “Chaotic” home. My father worked while my mother stayed home and took care of me … Continue reading

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Shame

Merriam-Webster defines shame as follows: : A feeling of guilt, regret or sadness that you have done something wrong or improper. : Ability to feel guilt, regret or embarrassment. It just dawned on me that I have been living a … Continue reading

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Have People Become Socially Retarded?

Merriam Webster defines “Retarded” as follows: slow or limited in intellectual or emotional development or academic progress. First use: 1895 People should really take a moment and self examine how they treat others. What happened to courtesy? When did loved … Continue reading

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