“Memento Mori” - remember that you will die. I have the phrase tattooed above a depiction of a skeleton lying on his grave toasting a drink with the devil. The symbolism behind this is for us to embrace our mortality. The skeleton represents us and naturally the devil is the embodiment of death. Toasting a … Continue reading Memento Mori
“Everybody is special” “Everyone is unique”. If that really is the case, then I mean technically we’re all the same. So in our “uniqueness”, we’re creating an almost paradoxical realization that we’re actually all the same. These are just random, nonsensical thoughts that I’m sure anyone can unravel and call me out on, but personally … Continue reading We’re All Special… Right?
I want you to meet Sarah. She’s got a face that you wouldn’t mind being distracted by, and a smile that takes up half of her face. I wouldn’t say it lights up a room but it is sweet enough to disarm you. Sarah’s considered short among her friends. A slim but curvy build with … Continue reading Sarah
Laying in bed, trying to peel back the layers to get through the wall that is shutting me out I, I say to him “you seem very uncomfortable talking about what is going on with you”, surprisingly he agrees. Maybe I'm surprised too. I don’t know what it is about being a woman and feeling like you can fix a man, … Continue reading Boys Don’t Cry… Pt 2
After my last post, an avid reader of my blog and friend, contacted me and asked we write a piece on this topic. I immediately agreed as it is an epidemic. Now I'm not going to lie. It's a morbid topic but it definitely needs to be addressed. I mean it has, but I feel … Continue reading Boys Don’t Cry…