(From the drafts) Do birds of a feather truly flock together? At home, this point tends to come up especially around men and women relationships where a young lady and her perceived sexual activities and then assumed to be true for her friends. The judgements and assumptions come from all around -- older women, young… Continue reading The Influence of Others
2020 is feeling like the start from hell tbh. Between the myriad of natural disasters, plane crashes, coronavirus and loss of many loved ones, it’s hella rough. So before I dive into my random, remember to treat pain with tenderness. In the midst of seeing so many mourn the loss of Kobe Bryant, his daughter… Continue reading The Holders of Forgiveness
In this moment of procrastination, I thought I'd clear my mind... For a few days now a question keeps popping into my head: does a person need to constantly be trying to "level up"? Is it basic to be content right where you are with what you have and your daily routines? Are people that… Continue reading Questions
Our brains have a brilliant way of rationalizing things even when all other facts say the opposite. One more cookie won’t hurt (which turns into 5), one more hour up, buy the jacket because YOLO. I’ll get back to this. Las Vegas, much like New York, is a city of lights and excitement and lots… Continue reading We Almost Bought a Timeshare
To put simply, No. Is it all adventurous and exploring? No. I work. And I be tired. And Fridays I get excited to go home after football practice and just chill in my longyi and chat with Z over wine about the week. My life isn't glamorous but I enjoy it. My salary affords me… Continue reading Have I Glamorized the Living Abroad Experience?
August marked the completion of my first year abroad and one year since I cut my hand which required my first-ever hospital stay and surgery. Quite the adventure abroad I'm having. You can read a little about that experience here. How has my hand healed up? Pretty good actually. I do feel pain from the scar… Continue reading Hand Injury Anniversary
This morning, as I was on my way out to grab breakfast I noticed a mess in the corner of my room where I keep my aloe plant. One of the leaves committed suicide...well that's what it looked like because all the other aloe leaves were fine. Another leaf seemed like it was making the… Continue reading There’s a Message in it Somewhere…
Volleyball has been a passion of mine ever since I was a kid. We played on an old beat up court in Sandy Point. There's something exciting to me watching the ball glide through the air and waiting on your one-hit moment to shine and show your skills. In high school, my friends and I… Continue reading Confessions of a Middle School Volleyball Coach