Category: identity

We are unfinished

New York is the city that never slept. Well, it was. It would like to still think that it doesn’t. However, a pandemic did hit and things did shut down. Restaurants closed at 9pm. We became tough New Yorkers eating outside in 40 degree weather. But, we did […]

A gift that turned me around

I won’t lie. It’s been a difficult few months. A perfect storm of turbulent emptions, dashed hopes, and bad television. I joke somewhat on the latter. Although, I was a bit surprised when I was reading an article on what television shows might be canceled as we near […]

No stopping at this point

They say to “just do it”. As if that is a good thing. Well, assuming that the thing you want to do is a good thing. She did, however, live by that mantra. Sometimes hesitancy brought about a horrifically unsettling feeling. She was hoping that if she walked […]

Monsters stuck in your head

They say you shouldn’t let people live rent free in your head. Many people manage to do that. Some people stick in your ruminating thoughts cycles. That, is obviously, not a good thing. You can’t let people run circles in your head keeping your mind in a constant […]

And, then I ate the cake

I bought myself a cake To see if it made me feel awake It sat on the counter As if waiting for a counter-offer None arrived but a few fruit flies on the cover It was still tasty Although the tears added a salty crunch All that remained […]