Hey guys! I hope its alright that I’m basically going to take today to do some shameless plugging. If you didn’t know, not long after I started my blog here on WordPress, I started a YouTube channel in conjunction with the topics and themes I discuss here on the blog. I’ve been lucky enough to…… Continue reading My YouTube
To C (and S and H and me, A-Z. To all of the girls who need a reminder that they are something special) There are the girls who forget what they’re worth. They don’t see themselves deserving of the most beautiful words. But those are the girls that inspire the most; The ones who spark…… Continue reading To C
How horrible that our hearts can hurt. How amazing and wretched that it can ache that way. It can be poetic, But sometimes pain is just pain. Sometimes it just fucking hurts in all of the ways it possibly could And sometimes you have to sit with it. How awful that our hearts can hurt…… Continue reading Hurt
I’ve become reliant on words. They calm me, keep me sane. Nothing seems to make sense in this world, but words I can process. They’re contained. They say that actions speak louder and I understand that point but you can show me that you love me and I’ll find a way to read between the lines.…… Continue reading Tell Me
I don’t believe that people break because I don’t believe that people can be fixed. People are not broken toys. People are not garden fences. People are not chipped paint. People are people and sometimes they hurt. But hurting does not make you broken. Hurting means that you work.
It’s unbelievable how even as a creative writing student writing can find its way to the bottom of the list of priorities, and as University life overwhelms me at the moment, that’s exactly where it’s found itself. It’s that very reason that I can not wait for Camp NaNoWriMo to kick off on April 1st. As…… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Plans
"The bigger the issue, the smaller you write. Remember that. You don't write about the horrors of war. No. You write about a kids burnt sock lying on the road. You pick the smallest manageable part of the big thing, and you work off the resonance." - Richard Price So this quote above is something… Continue reading Big Issue? Write small.