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Noooo! I already failed the writing portion of the personal history challenge I gave myself! But, I digress. I am resuming today, and will catch up tomorrow. No excuses. To recap, day 1 of eternity went well. Day 2 and … Continue reading
And a good evening to you, too. In my absence, I’ve had much time to think. I’ve thought about where I want my life to go, about compromising with my significant other on such decisions, about growing together, about goals … Continue reading
I woke. Another night terror, momentarily stuck between the dream in my mind and the reality of a silent night. A dark night. As I regained proper conciousness, I realized my cheeks and nose were damp. The rest of me … Continue reading
I was lost. But, this is not to say I was afraid. I found myself in a grove teeming with old souls and memories. The atmosphere was thick with peace and sadness, wisdom and truth, and even a touch of … Continue reading
In exploring revelations about love and all it’s complexities, a certain sense of urgency emerged some time ago. Juxtaposed with my experiences in dealing with death and grief, I couldn’t help but think of the rather impassive nature of … Continue reading
I couldn’t resist. I used the run to contemplate various situations in life. Sunset has always been my favorite time of day, and as I finished my run, I looked to the sky and saw this. The evening was full … Continue reading
Attack the Masses, Front Line Assembly In truth, I’ve had a rough go of it lately. This track always motivates me.
Introversion: I am one of those.
As I concluded my work out for the day, I stayed long enough to watch the sunset. I contemplated the complexity of life. Or, perhaps our lives only seem complex because of our own convoluted and confusing rules we made … Continue reading