The first panic attack I ever experienced was when I was around 8 years old. I remember feeling my heart rattling in my chest, willing its way to break through the bones. I paced the room, then the hallway, finally settling on the couch next to my dad downstairs when it wouldn’t. I told him … Continue reading Anxiety: The Background
I knew every sound in that house. I knew which floorboards creaked as you walked up the stairs to wake me every morning. I knew the sound of the news, or the kettle whistle, as you silently started your day. I knew the exact time you would be home and how long it took to … Continue reading 807.
The first time you met, did you feel it? You sat there for hours craving more conversation than time would allow. Yet, it seemed endless and time submitted to your constraints. Every day, every week, you managed more. With every extra second, did you understand it? The first time you kissed, did you feel it? … Continue reading 707.
Some of you have been here many times and you’ve seen numerous changes along the way. This site, like most things in life, has had to constantly evolve. It was created in the midst of turbulent, life altering events and, subsequently, required two things: time and change. The last thing I wrote was over a … Continue reading Well, hello!
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As an October baby, Halloween has always been my favorite time of year, but there is something about Christmas. There is a magic to the holiday season that is, instead, replaced with materialism. Presents are more valued than presence (isn’t that a clever, never-been-seen trope…) and I feel my inner Grinch come out every year … Continue reading Christmas Spirit.