For many grace has religious connotations, a dusted word used at church and nowhere else. Continue reading Do you know grace or does it know you?
This is a saying in the addict community to describe our using. The poetic nature of it strikes me, and I can’t help relate the saying to all. Continue reading First Magic, then Medicine, finally Madness
While I understand the technicality of the Internet, I do not understand it practically.And yet, here I am using it every day all day. Continue reading We do not question electricity
My new reality is stringed together by moments of connectivity and self-care. I search for these gems amid the crowd in gigs, on a protest with strangers, in the eyes of my pets. I feel my endorphins dancing when hearing … Continue reading My kind of magic (hint you’re it)
I am guilty of being that friend who delays the whole group by stopping and taking a photo of every rainbow reflection, rain puddle or pretty skyscraper. I both want to be known as the friend who takes good pictures … Continue reading A confession