This blog is all about celebrating those unpredictable moments: unintended, quite by accident, or just plain mistakes. They’re bound to happen.

Examples of Bumbles:

  • Burning Ramen
    This qualifies as a Bumble, although technically it’s just a re-interpretation of directions is all. I’m sure it’s happened to you, right?
  • “Washing” your clothes in the dryer with powdered detergent.
    I rate this Bumble as an extraordinary achievement as someone, who shall remain nameless, did this for not one load, but three loads. Well done!
  • It’s also that absent-minded moment when you put the powdered sugar in the freezer.

By definition a Bumble is a:

verb (used without object), bumbled, bumbling: to bungle or blunder awkwardly; muddle.

noun: an awkward blunder.

On a deeper level, it’s not only an interpretation of life’s experiences, it’s a life philosophy. To make mistakes is to take chances, to explore, to test the limits. So, hopefully Bumbles happen on a regular basis. Here, I will celebrate them all. I will attempt to uncover life’s many oddities, quirks, snags, surprises, mishaps, and yes…missteps, both physical and mental. It is me, soul-searching and marveling at the many mysteries of life, in my search for answers and for the truth.

Make no mistake: The truth is in here.

I will also write fiction, because I like to create, and whatever other thoughts I can put on the page, to untangle and to make sense of it all.

…Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. — Neil Gaiman

I wish an immense amount of mistake-making Bumbles in your life. Bumble onward!

161 thoughts on “About

  1. I think between your search for knowledge and truth and my search for peace and zen we might just help each other grow a great deal. Happy to be reading (and writing) along with you, Amy.


    1. Likewise : ) Good to meet you, too! I think knowledge, peace, truth, and zen definitely complement each other nicely, yes? I agree! I could definitely use more peace and zen in my life.


  2. Thanks for visiting and following my blog, much obliged. This is a great blog and glad to follow your journey, uncovering the oddities (most of them will be great stories, for sure). If you look for happiness, it will surely find its way to you 🙂


  3. I think we are always in the process of figuring out our lives. We all arrive at new crossroads everyday. But that’s the fun part of life — figuring out which way to turn! Wonderful blog 🙂


  4. This sounds like a noble quest and therefore I shall return to view
    what progress you have made on your travels… Okay so I am a tad
    eccentric adding all of this on my very first visit to your Space but…

    Well you did say that WE will see what we will find? 🙂 🙂

    Have a wickedly enjoyable
    rest of the weekend TBF 🙂



      1. See, I told you I was being reeled into your world of illusion, I have lost my marbles today after reading your latest blog and completely forgotten that I have been here before, I thought I recognised your tag but hey I am a man, I get things wrong, well sometimes anyway 🙂 lmao

        Have a fun day today Bumble of the Blogosphere 🙂 😉



      2. That’s so funny…because now I remember you, except I remembered you as Androgoth. Ah…Is Andro preferred?

        No worries. This blogosphere is far and wide, hard to keep up sometimes! It’s nice to reacquainted. 🙂



  5. I saw that you listed Shawshank Redemption on Maggie’s post as a favorite so I automatically knew that I’d like you. 🙂
    I also found your about page to be similar to mine. Yours is a little more coherent! haha!
    So I guess I’ll be seeing you around?


  6. Amy, we already have the school-hubby thing in common. After a closer look at your “about” page, I can also identify with your “search for truth.” I personally got tired of pretending to have all the answers. Now, I am openly admitting that I’m a walking mess. There is no shame in trying to figure out the complexities of life. No longer a lone ranger.


    1. Oh, thank you. Thanks for stopping by. I think we have an instant bond with our school-hubby connection. I could share some stories. In the end, he has a great job, and, well…I don’t!! I’m still searching, searching for answers. I’m still deciding what I want to be when I grow up. Someday, I know it will all click. At least, that’s what I’m hoping.


  7. Hi Amy … nice meeting you, and thanks for visiting my little corner of the world. I see a couple of things we have in common – both us cover a wide of topics and I see familiar faces here! All that adds up to mean I should return. 🙂


    1. Frank, definitely please return! I can’t ever promise what topics I will cover. I decide as I go along and write about whatever strikes my fancy. I know I have seen you over at Le Clown’s. I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to visit. Well, it’s great to finally meet you, too.


      1. No big deal … glad we got together .. besides,my time at Le Clown’s is relatively short. But I can say that my style matches better with yours than his … although he is a treat.


  8. Hi I know this is not the right forum so please feel free to delete this after reading. I have spoken to mylzahead fellow on mylzahead.wordpress.com… email me morrismchawia(@)gmail(dot) com… he is in a bad state… am thinking of collecting food and clothes or something i dont know


  9. Hello Amy,

    I hope it is not too late to wish you a wonderful New Year. May 2013 bring you more happiness, love, and success. I would like to thank you because you continue following my blog. I hope my blog posts do not disappoint and that your visits in there have been a joyful ride. Thank you again, many blessings and much love to you. 🙂

    Subhan Zein


    1. Dear Subhan,
      Of course, it’s not too late. Thank you. And, Happy New to you, as well. I hope it’s a wonderful year for you. I have always enjoyed your blog. Thanks for your kindness, and stopping by. I look forward to spending another year of blogging with you. Much love to you.


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  11. Hi there, just popping by to say hello, and to let you know that we have a new site – http://www.dagdapublishing.co.uk

    If you want to receive future updates and poetry by new writers from us, please head to the new site, and click “Follow this blog” (You can do so by just liking a post in our blog (which is where the poetry is residing now), which then gives you the option to follow). We look forward to seeing you over there, and thank you for your support over the last year and a half. Here’s to the next chapter 🙂

    – Dagda Publishing


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