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am i being too whiny? let’s roll with it

That’s a question i asked myself. Im typing this on my phone and i hate the new update, so you’ll have to forgive the capitalization and punctuation this time around. Roll with it Anyway I’m reading this book. I liked the cover, so i grabbed it at the library. The main character is so whiny. […]

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jump ship: my age of discontent

this is the longest i’ve ever lived in a city since college. 1 year, 10 months, 10 days. if you do that math, you’ll find i moved before quarantine 1.0. two weeks before. unexpected moving pains. i have an overwhelming desire to abandon ship. or at least jump off for a swim. my ability to […]

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storyteller

Last night or perhaps the night before I was talking with my friend about writing. How when you are grieving, as she is too, it feels good to write. But it feels forced to write. It’s a weird balance. Add me, dramaqueen, into the mix and you’ll get months and months without a single word […]

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waves

I walked back into my office today after filling up my water and thought about how people were coming to my house tonight and how I should wear a sweatshirt to be comfy and how I wore my Brooklyn sweatshirt once while I cooked southern food for my friends in my Brooklyn apartment and how […]

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school

I’ve been thinking about going back to school. I already went back and then stopped and now I’m thinking about it again. I stopped when I got sad and ran out of money. “New York, as it turns out, is very expensive, and I ran out of money.” – Pam, or me about school and […]