First Poem On Coffee House Writers

Today my poem The Death Of A Small Town Generation went live on Coffee House Writers. It sucked to write. The worst thing is that, as a Millennial, I know this experience is not unique. Even before COVID-19 hit, another epidemic had hit the United States. I’m going to try and instead think back toContinue reading “First Poem On Coffee House Writers”

Sketch Book Retrospective: 2003 – 2005

This post is a little different. It’s a bit personal and talks about bullying, as well as lack of family support. I used to draw a lot more than I do now. I never took art classes and was not allowed to take them. The above was a self portrait I drew in 2003 justContinue reading “Sketch Book Retrospective: 2003 – 2005”

Why I Never Expect Apologies

What Is An Apology? We define “apology” as “a regretful acknowledgment of an offense or failure” as a paraphrase of multiple dictionaries. I have struggled with apologies for as long as I can remember. At one point I was the person that said “I’m sorry” in response to everything. What I found out the hardContinue reading “Why I Never Expect Apologies”

Life Updates and Homesickness In A Time Of Coronavirus

Life In my personal life, I’m trying to focus on sanity and reframing my life in light of new information. I’m not ready to disclose this because the world circumstances caused a lot of things to take a nosedive into the land of waiting in uncertainty and self examination. For those within the #WritingCommunity thatContinue reading “Life Updates and Homesickness In A Time Of Coronavirus”