Are you trying to kill me, diva planner?
We are experts at hiding in adulthood. Remember as a kid when you were new to hide-and-seek, choosing the most obvious places, yet your parents played along anyway? I find it so easy to love kids because they are an open book. Why is it that as adults we pretend to be strong, yet lack … Continue reading Shiny, Happy People
It dawned on me one evening, Grieving my innocence. Maybe I should tell somebody. Instead I helped him jump the fence. She commanded in a whisper, Don't you ever trust a man. But I just can't help it, Mama. I can save him. I know I can. Lord knows I've tripped and I've stumbled, … Continue reading Not Even A Little For A Moment or At All
"My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure." - Abraham Lincoln Captain's log. A great heave is released as my broken body slams once again up against the jagged rocks. I'm about 27% confident I will survive this one, but even less so knowing just how … Continue reading Shipwrecked (the Triquel)