Christmas feels different this year. Not because I’ve lost the “Christmas spirit.” Not because it’s hot and us Texans can probably swim in a pool. It’s because one year ago today … Continue reading A different Christmas
As I stare at my computer screen with a CatDog rerun playing on TeenNick with multiple jobs tabs opened, I am immensely aware that I am still unemployed. Now I have had … Continue reading Compromising
Post-grad life is weird. It’s weird and I hope I’m not the only one feeling this way. It’s like I can’t put my finger on it, but something’s off. So … Continue reading Post-grad life
We all want to believe we’re risk-takers. Adrenaline junkies. Spontaneous beings that are able to let things go at the drop of the hat. But it seems that as creatures … Continue reading Taking risks & letting go
Every college graduate dreams of a cool trip after they finish school and before they start the “real world.” Mine was a backpacking trip through Europe with friends of mine … Continue reading It’s not luck–It’s Waka
I’ve been known to not have what you would call “normal” college breaks. Freshman year of college, I did an alternative break in Alabama helping those affected by the hurricane … Continue reading “The march lives on…”
Today, I imagined. Sobibor Death Camp wiped out a quarter of a million people in less than one year. The area today has grown from nothing except a chimney monument … Continue reading Today, I imagined.