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Not Like the Other Children

When I was nearly the age of seven, I described it as being a “movie.” Even at such a young age, I knew there was something different about the way in which my mind worked and how it felt like a continuous stream of endless narration that never could manage to shut itself off. 729 more words


“He had belonged to someone once and she had belonged to him…Someone who knew his name. Now everyone called him Get out of here! But the scrawny cat knew his name was not…

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a month in the life: march 2015

Happy last day of March, friends!

This month has been absolutely jam-packed for us and, to be honest, I’d say that this has been my favorite month in Salt Lake thus far. 714 more words


Breakups don't necessarily need to involve ice cream

I’ve moved a ridiculous amount of times over the past few years. With those dramatic re-locations came equally dramatic good-byes and tearful farewells. Whether it was moving out of college, out of State, or leaving a country I had called ‘home’, I was always dreading the eventual “so long” to the awesome people I tend to meet wherever I end up living. 458 more words

Fickle Creature

Talk some sense to me,
breathe in, time is slipping
the only thing we hold
and yet cannot ever own 88 more words


Friends and Allies

“A friend will always be there for you.” Yes, but why?

Tracing the evolutionary roots of friendship is proving to be more difficult than expected. What are the evolutionary benefits of friendship? 416 more words

Surviving And Thriving

Goodbye, Old Friend

Last Friday, my friend Jason passed away after a two-year battle with cancer.

We met in high school.  He was the friend of a friend, and we were set up for a dance, my first one.  554 more words