Mary’s Bad Day

Day swelled gently into Mary’s consciousness. The violence she associated with morning was a non sequitur, as her alarm clock was the real crook. Time itself seemed fluid and made of light in the morning. The darker it was when she woke, the less time it would take to get ready (but the more energyContinue reading “Mary’s Bad Day”

Life/Apathy and Living With Bipolar Disorder

It’s been some time since I created a post! I’ve been down and out between the holidays, the end of the school quarter, and growing deliriously ill. I am happy to report I’m writing from a somewhat clearer perspective today than, say, half a month ago. We continue to discuss dichotomies in class, and IContinue reading “Life/Apathy and Living With Bipolar Disorder”

Anxiety Mythos ≠ My Odyssey

It’s raining today.  I am stuffed to the brim with thoughts. There is no room inside me to receive anymore. I can only reflect, and push away. The ability to transform energy from dark to light seems unobtainable today. I don’t know why I am so deep inside myself, but I hope I can findContinue reading “Anxiety Mythos ≠ My Odyssey”

Stories Eat Faith

Like many mornings, the sun came up faithful today. The sky was clear most of the day; truly beautiful—a golden autumn.  I spent hours reading about social entrepreneurship and profit versus nonprofit business. In the back of my mind as I read was a constant stream of music, anxiety, and magic.  One of the entrepreneursContinue reading “Stories Eat Faith”

Utah to Water

I drove from Salt Lake City, Utah to Seaside, Oregon today with my boyfriend. All things told, it’s a little over a twelve hour drive. We passed through miles and miles of nothing but asphalt, desert, and whichever little yellow sunflower-like wildflowers spray the side of the road in a cheery salute. We passed byContinue reading “Utah to Water”