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Salty Eyes and Midnight Skies

How does one react to this. Don’t scream, don’t cry, don’t breathe. The others are sleeping, no need to wake them. This is personal. This is you. 408 more words


Compartmentalize (Follow-Up Lesson to "I Lost My Job")

Though I took a hard blow from the death of my grandpa (we called him “Pa), I should’ve handled it differently.

I shouldn’t have let it affect my grades. 591 more words


Boxed In

I am; the sum of my past, present, future.  But who am I really?

Laying the foundation, eclipsing all other factors, was the development of my coping skills.   95 more words

Who Are You?

A Challenge and a Blessing

Parenting is quite a meditation on compartmentalizing. As in, sometimes I want to cry my eyes out, but I simply cannot because I am with my 11 month-old daughter at the moment, and so I must put on a… 1,047 more words

My Story

Compartmentalize & Star Catcher

Recently I finished my painting Compartmentalize. It was still a work in progress in my last blogpost.

See here the finished painting.

I love how she turned out, with the soft but vibrant colors. 82 more words


Memory Lane is a Trip

Do you ever think about the past, or go on an old friend’s/SO’s/etc. Facebook and think about how crazy it is that you’re living completely different lives now? 282 more words

Compartmentalize, Optimize.

“You see…I consider that man‘s brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose. A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that he comes across, so that the knowledge which might be useful to him gets crowded out, or at best is jumbled up with a lot of other things, so that he has a difficulty in laying his hands upon it. 103 more words