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The seasons are changing (and so must I)

I have lived my whole life in Indiana. I’m used to the Indiana way, how people drive and live. So moving halfway across the country has been sort of strange for me. The first thing I learned is that everyone … Continue reading

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August is here

August is here, wether I want it or not We’ve long since past the halfway mark, what have we to show for it? On this side of the state, things aren’t quite right Cats are being cats, friends are being … Continue reading

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The art of letting go

I’ve been doing spring cleaning since the first glimmer of warmth appeared in March. I started early because of my planned move in June. I’m going to be moving into a much smaller place, and I really don’t want to … Continue reading

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Refocus

It’s time to refocus. It’s mid-April, time to get over the distractions. There’s been too many distractions. Birthdays and babies, parties and drinking. Oh, yes, there was drinking. But I let myself get distracted. I keep doing that. Even now, … Continue reading

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Saved by the unfrosted blueberry Pop Tarts

I could feel the darkness creeping upon me again. I’d been feeling it inch closer for weeks, but I was determined to hide from it. If I ignored it, I wouldn’t feel it. But I did. It swooped in on … Continue reading

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February never wins, but that won’t stop me from trying

I made a point to not make resolutions this year, to prevent myself from making plans I couldn’t keep. It worked, I guess. Maybe a bit too well. I was supposed to keep writing, keep working, save money so I … Continue reading

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The walk

So on this cold Tuesday afternoon, I’ve decided to share a short story I wrote a while ago. It’s a pretty good example of the writing style I developed in college, and my love for open endings. Enjoy! The Walk … Continue reading

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The difference at night

I’d forgotten what it was like at night. I had gotten so used to working during the day that I forgot how much things changed in the dark. The short walk to the parking garage was usually pleasant and bright. … Continue reading

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The problem with her

The problem with her is she’s single. She’s 28, and not married. She’s not even dating. She needs to fix her situation. The problem with her is she’s not getting out enough. She needs to be going out and meeting … Continue reading

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Back to the old

A while ago I gave my first few chapters to some friends to read. It was terrifying, and I immediately regretted it. Nothing felt ready. As soon as it left my hands, I thought of a million things I could … Continue reading

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