A few weeks ago, I had a dream that the world was ending, and when you looked out the window, the air was saturated with fog so thick that all you could see was gray. So I yanked the curtains closed and spent my day (presumably my last) in the kitchen making chocolate chip pancakes. … Continue reading Fog, Pancakes, and The End of the World
One day at recess when I was in the third grade, a girl named Sydney materialized in front of me, yelled, “Think fast!” and promptly launched a soccer ball at my face and succeeded in hitting all of it. My equally unpopular friend Andy as my witness, this happened. Coincidentally, I have been hit dead … Continue reading Why I’m afraid of the gym: A string of horror stories
I have a theory that the most judgmental people in this world are the ones that blab on and on about spreading happiness and positivity. While there might actually be some genuine ones, I think most of those people are stuffed full of themselves. I mean, positivity has a time and a place, but it’s … Continue reading I’ve about had it with positivity.
It is said that the second semester in college puts senior apathy to shame. It’s cold, for one thing, in most places. January and February are long, dark winter months full of snow and ice. Once it all melts into spring, no one wants to stay inside and do their homework. But now, you’re going … Continue reading All the Motivation Women Everywhere Need for Semester Two
As I phase out of my teenage years and prepare myself to face my early twenties, I’ve noticed a lot of change. People, places, and the expectations they hold for me are morphing. The world feels different; I feel different. And it’s not all bad, but sometimes I do feel like holding on to the … Continue reading Pretty, Pretty Please
A Rant Words are kind of overwhelming. Combinations of 26 letters contain the ability to cause outrage, weeping, laughter or anger. It’s been said before and in so many different ways that words have this kind of power, one that’s sometimes illusive and quiet and other times loud and in your face. To write is … Continue reading I’m Afraid.