How I Fought My Depression

It was 2010, I was 21 years old, living on my own for the first time, and I was battling depression. That’s something that I haven’t shared with many people. Maybe I was embarrassed, maybe I didn’t want to seem weak, maybe I’m just too private of a person, but for whatever reason, it’s a... Continue Reading →

The Train to You

A little piece I wrote inspired by a writing prompt from 642 Things to Write About, a wonderful little book for a writer, aspiring or professional.     The train is riding down to the station where you lived when we were school kids. The howl of its horn jolts me out of my daydream, my... Continue Reading →

The Day I Met Her

I wrote this on May 6, 2013 when my life felt like it was in shambles. I was out of school, working a dead end job, just skating by with as little responsibility as I could manage to have. It's rough (and heavy with the cliches), as it's never been edited or revised, but, through... Continue Reading →

I’m Back

After an extended break, I'm back! Not that any of my 0 followers missed me, but I feel like I need to explain my absence to anyone stumbling upon this page wondering why there's a 2 year recess between posts. To be brutally honest with myself, when I first had the idea to start this... Continue Reading →

The Donald

As the 2016 Presidential race heats up, it’s looking more and more likely that *gulp* Donald Trump will win the GOP Presidential nomination. Jeez, I don’t even know where to start with this one. Frankly, I’m hesitant to even comment on it because it scares the shit out of me. To think that that ferret... Continue Reading →

Never Forget

I remember a hand full of kids being called out of class and being sent home. I remember thinking how lucky they were to be going home early, not knowing the amount of stress and horror they were going to endure over the next few hours or days waiting to find out if their loved... Continue Reading →

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