Floating alone with someone else (who is also alone)
Tag Archives: autobiography
Sunrise and chirping birds
Make the Change
What a privileged necessity it is to be able to choose to do better instead of simply always trying for more
Maybe I’ll get a new brush for Alexander
Little plant buds
1st COVID Vaccine
I just flew in from a COVID vaccine and boy is my arm tired
Timeliness is for suckers
4-15-21 Spending time with family is nice. I haven’t seen my family in about two years, if not more. I do miss my parents and my sister dearly. Growing up we were close, but not microscopically. There was an unspoken knowledge that we each had our own lives, so if we wanted to be aloneContinue reading “Sibling”
Wax and wicks and wonders galore
Best friends kissing with bad Russian accents
Process vs. Outcome
Boy would I like to give myself time to stretch in the morning
This bed has room for plenty of monkeys!
Plenty of Room
silent texts means something is conveyed without being said
Being creative for free is fun, but hard to maintain in a capitalistic society.
Bits & Pieces
Writing and then knowing someone will read it fills me with such an exquisite fear
Let it Walk
Submitting stories is exhilarating and stress-inducing
Listening to the roar of water as I eat a PB&J.
What do you see in the painting of your life?