As I approach writing the second half of my novel (or perhaps novella; is it really a good idea to keep it wordy if the story has been resolved?), I've been somewhat grappling with the three-directional pull to either go really "out there," keep it simple, or try to create something that'll be a hit. … Continue reading Search for Wellness
Another rainy Friday, but a good one spent in New York City. Visited the Morris Jumel Mansion with my class and took in a few Washington Heights sites.
Some more blog sharing. This goes out to anyone who ever struggled with the past in hopes of laying the groundwork for a hopeful future.
She could only imagine, from that brief (so fragile) window in time, where it would all finally take her. Juxtaposed between two existences--though one more "real" than the other--the question still remained, lingering behind soft brown eyes: Who was she?
One can say many things about the HBO series Girls; after all, its cast, writers, and story lines have all been the subject of heated debate, immense accolades, and typical Monday morning banter. Aside from one of its more obviously bold moments executed within last night's first five minutes, the latest episode titled "Hello Kitty" provocatively … Continue reading "Girls", The Bystander Effect, and Appearance Versus Reality
Truth be told, I don't know a whole lot about photography. Aside from the distant tales of relatives past (apparently both my grandfather AND great-grandfather were fantastic photographers), I don't know much beyond "point and click." Nonetheless, when a very close friend of mine passed not too long ago, I found myself unexpectedly left with … Continue reading Recent Photography