Green Ribbon

"It's like... everywhere you go has a little impact on you. I want to have a little impact everywhere I go too." She brushed a few strands of hair from her forehead and straightened up. A green ribbon fluttered where she'd tied it to the bus stop bench. She smiled at it softly, then she... Continue Reading →

The Wretched Redemption of Writing

Writing has incredible healing properties. And it can tear you apart limb from limb. At least my broken hearts can be put to paper, my tears turned to words. At least chaos can turn inspiration, dreams can spin a story. I am happy with being a writer. I love finding creativity everywhere I look as... Continue Reading →

The Queer Qualities of “Quelf”

(After a week of absolute busyness, I finally had a free day to sit down and write a post. Sorry for the wait. Thanks for bearing with me.) Let me preface this post by saying that if you have never before played the game "Quelf," you should get on that. I was first introduced to... Continue Reading →

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