I was seventeen when I first dyed my hair. I was seventeen when I went to prom. I was seventeen when I graduated high school. I was seventeen when I explored a small part of the world without my parents. I was seventeen when I got my driving permit. And I was seventeen at my last opening King’s Game as a child. Where I was … Continue reading 18.
Somedays my body feels heavier than others. I can give in, if I choose, to the collapse it wants to pull.
But mostly, I just choose to deal with the heavy lifting.
For Natalie. Continue reading Heavy Lifting (Jukebox Pt. 3)
I have one of those now. An Alma Mater, I mean. On June 1st, 2021, I became a high school graduate and an AP burnout. Well, not exactly. But for the next year I’m riding that wave, because most, if not all, of my time is my own now. It always was, I suppose. But that doesn’t mean that it felt like it. That day … Continue reading Alma Mater
I love Valentines Day. Something about a whole day dedicated to loving friends and family and significant others makes me feel all warm and gooey, and it’s a corporate holiday I take a huge liking too. Much like people would to Christmas or Superbowl Sunday. So this Valentines Day, like every Valentines day since Freshman year, I gave out flowers. Usually the day or night … Continue reading Valentines Day
Well, folks. 2019 is officially a year of the past! This year kicked my butt in the best possible ways. It led me back to my passions and encouraged my dreams of the future. It gave me a lot of firsts and the taste of new dreams that I now file under the life-long category. I’m incredibly excited for what this year will bring, and … Continue reading Happy New Year!