Loved Back To Life

Earth is a beautiful but broken place, and it’s hard to accept this fact and know what to do with it. It’s hard to see brokenness painted on an earth-sized canvas and detailed in the eyes of every man, woman, and child. Hope and sorrow are always mingled in this world, a tandem pairing in … Continue reading Loved Back To Life

Racial Injustice & MLK 50

Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination, and I found myself profoundly moved. I wasn’t expecting to be on the verge of tears all day, or to be consumed by thoughts and prayers for justice to the point of being unable to process anything else. Maybe it’s because I was just … Continue reading Racial Injustice & MLK 50

I Traded a Ring for Hope

Sometimes we need a little inspiration to kick us out of our comfort zones. Here is a story to do just that... I'm obsessed with street festivals. Buskers, art, street performers, live music, vendors...any strange and quirky street event (not involving drugs or sex) always makes my heart happy. I've been that way ever since … Continue reading I Traded a Ring for Hope

Sunshine & Ignorance

I'd had enough of the burning sensation to my eyeballs so I squeezed my lids shut and cancelled out the sun. I 've been told that gingers have more sensitive eyes than most people. It's probably true, since red-heads also have sensitive skin, low pain tolerance, and other strange quirks. I swung my legs over … Continue reading Sunshine & Ignorance