Okay, so I don't really believe in time, but Happy New Year! Even though I think labelling periods of our lives as generally good or bad (i.e. "This year sucked!" or "What a great day!") is actually not helpful and overgeneralizes the nuances of life, I've been thinking a lot about this past year for … Continue reading For auld lang syne
This actually started as a comment to my good friend, Hannah's, latest post (check out her blog, her photographs are beautiful and incredibly interesting), but as I kept typing, I figured I'd just post it here instead of leaving an essay in her comments. Hannah is French. She lives in Paris, although she's currently in … Continue reading But why
"There's no place like home." As most of my close friends and family know, I absolutely loved the Wizard of Oz when I was a child. Actually, "loved" is a severe understatement. It was an obsession bordering on mania, as most of my loves tend to be. I remember clearly how it started. I found my mother's … Continue reading Home.
I want to talk a little bit about bravery. It seems to be a recurring theme in my life lately. A quick Google search shows the following definitions for brave: adjective. ready to face and endure danger or pain; showing courage. noun. people who are ready to face and endure danger or pain. verb. endure or face (unpleasant conditions … Continue reading IDGAF
I haven’t written in this blog in a long time. And until just a few moments ago, I couldn't really tell you why. Being busy, not feeling “inspired,” or not having anything to share are not really accurate excuses. I think it’s because I've been hiding. I didn't know I was hiding, not at first. … Continue reading I don’t know.
Several wonderful, lovely, supportive friends of mine have told me that I should write a blog. I have been very hesitant about doing so, as I am very aware of just how many people have blogs and how narcissistic it seems for me to start one - especially when that blog has no set focus or … Continue reading He was a friend of mine.