An excerpt from my advanced writing class this semester. Hydrangeas The flowerbox attached to the shingled front wall is always meticulously manicured, and the hedges are always trimmed in a neat row. Hydrangeas frame the front porch, a burst of blue. Two striped awnings, now bleached from years in the sun, flutter in the breeze … More Hydrangeas
We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch – we are going back from whence we came. John F. Kennedy
I wish there was a word to describe the sinking feeling in your stomach you get when you see something on social media you wish you hadn’t. You’re scrolling, scrolling, and you find out your ex is in a relationship, or has moved on and you’re left, stunned and staring stupidly at the screen. It … More On Breakups \\ Am I “Over” It?
January 21, 2017 I’ve been racking my brain all day, trying to put into words these intense feelings I’ve been having. All day, I’ve felt off. Something has been out of place, and just not right. Then, I realized, it’s because I wasn’t as the Women’s March, largely in part because of a flu I … More Journal #6 | I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME ROAR
I always think about how cliche it is to talk about how much I’ve “changed” in a year. Every time I try to reflect, I measure it in terms of change. What have I started doing more of, and what have I stopped doing? Have a shifted my views, or my principles? Do people really … More A Year in Review: 2016
The more I think, the more I write. The more I write the more I turn myself inside out trying to understand the things I’m thinking, grasping at concepts and feelings that have passed hoping to make sense of them in lengthy phrases and words. I understand what Rupi Kaur meant when she said she … More On Writing
A collection of thoughts, photos and snapchats from my favorite season. November is drawing ever so slowly to a close. The climactic end to the fall period. The leaves have left the trees and now sit in crunchy brown puddles on the lawn, waiting to be swept away before the imminent arrival of snow. Fall was … More Fall in Vermont