Examinations of the human condition through memoirs.
In the seventies my brothers and I loved a board game called Masterpiece: The Art Auction Game.
“Ghosts and empty sockets…” -Paul Simon, Graceland
Lessons in Life-Living, Death-Prepping & Enlightenment
We can’t always predict when or why our words will become immortal
“We kept two rabbits, in a hutch my father made…”
Today I told you that the high point of my week was you being alive.
“I want to be a doctor,” I said as I folded my hands on the table and smiled at my interviewer.
“Grammar is a piano I play by ear” —Joan Didion
From 0 to 200 in 3.5 seconds
Love removes us from our pedestal
Someone you can hang out in sweatpants with
Everything is fine.
It’s not about being the hero
The Sensationalization of Devastation
by Nicole Cifani
The first time I saw someone killed I was 25 feet away…
No matter how much memories hurt, there are things to learn from every painful moment. It just takes time to find them.
The dating codes we can’t crack, and why we should stop complicating things and just be honest
How I went from suburban kid to a homeless teenage criminal in just a few easy steps.
Two injuries threatened to stop me from running. Instead, they motivated me to run faster.
I can’t recommend anyone learn vital lessons about substance abuse by doing drugs themselves, but I don’t regret my own experiences with it…
The dissection and examination of an unremarkable day.
If your life was a movie, what would be on your soundtrack?
I, like many others my age, was raised on a diet of pop ballads and movies that taught a generation what love is, or is supposed to be.
The bond between father and son is sometimes forged in silence and fishing poles.
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