It’s a Hard Block Life

To a post I saw today (only one of TONS I’ve seen over the past few years): Why are the words “childish,” “dramatic,” and “crybaby” applied to people who block others on their social media? The person doing the blocking (the blocker, if you will) is making decisions for themselves, for their lives, on their […]

Stop It

That feeling that just washed over me, the one in my chest that fractures out like poison, that was the worst pain I ever experienced. I don’t think this is love anymore. I don’t think I could stand to be touched anymore. It used to be the most beautiful thing to be touched by you. […]

What No One Told Me (Until After the Fact)

The hardest things I’ve ever had to get over (and still get over) are the things no one really told me about. These things, these moments of hell on Earth, I was not prepared for because no one mentioned them to me until after the fact, or were just as lost as I am. These […]

What Means the Most

I love my cat, I love my dog. I love when we’re all at peace, receiving quiet. I like my ukulele, and I meditate while playing it. I love my partner; we are a team. I want the now to reflect my future’s hopes. I expect nothing. I have no spectacular feats. I am not […]

Is It Just Me?

In the South, have you ever noticed how many white GMC SUVs (or aesthetically similar cars) there are everywhere? Especially the ones with Razorback stickers on them and some specialized license plate, zipping down the freeway at 85+mph. The sight of these vehicles incite a violent, blinding rage with in me. Just today, I saw […]

When Things Are Fucky: An Open Letter to All

I’m kind of in a weird, neutral stasis. I’m inspecting everything, and in one hell of an information-gathering phase. The psychologist in me knows I must gather data, research, and more information from as many sources and situations as possible before I can decipher what’s next. So much is about to change, and it’s a […]