Snow has always been an enigma to me since I was six years old, running outside without a coat on to get a closer look at the brilliantly white spots of glitter falling from the sky. My mother followed me and scooped me up into her arms, holding me close from the wintery chill. (more…)
It was a steamy Tuesday in July. Ironic, only because my parents should have left for San Francisco the night before, leaving me to fend for myself for an entire month, yet they had decided to push their trip back a week for reasons I don’t particularly care to divulge. (more…)
It was a Thursday night. I was out with my friends. We were karaoke-ing, it was loud, and we were having a blast.
One of the most intimate things one can know about another is the nature of the demons that tempt them. We are the sum total of our vices; they move us, encourage us, seduce us, push us to the brink and then drag us back. (more…)
It struck me while I was watching The Other Woman how truly beautiful Cameron Diaz is. I remember watching her in The Mask and thinking that if I had to be a white girl, I’d want to be her. (more…)
Let’s talk about the age old question, can your ex ever be your next?
Technology has gifted society with the ability to reach each other in any place, at any time, immediately. This makes connecting with people generally out of reach significantly easier, heightening our ability to learn about different cultures, share information, and keep in contact with those from our past. But at what cost? (more…)