I wrote a poem and think I’m done with it but I don’t write poems anymore so I’m not sure. I figure I’ll just put it out in the wild. Continue reading Poem: learning to love spring
I quit playing World of Warcraft in 2014 after 6 years of playing, which was technically the third time I’d quit. Why is it that I always want to pick it up again?
This is part ramble and part love letter to one of the greatest games on Earth.
I’m moving this to a monthly feature of five quick things I thought were cool. This way I don’t feel pressured to link you less cooler things in an attempt to churn these out faster. Most of these aren’t particularly timely so just enjoy 🙂 Continue reading 5 Quick Things: June 2018
There’s not a lot of pictures of me that I didn’t take myself. Continue reading Looking At Pictures (Of You and) Me
Sleepless night thoughts on art museums. Continue reading Standing in An Art Museum
Flow is a psychological state that is sometimes know as “being in the zone” when everything drops away and you can simply focus on the task at hand. It’s not something to chase but it is something to appreciate when it occurs. Continue reading Finding Flow
Wedged between two men in the supermarket, both towering so high above me that I couldn’t tap their shoulders if I wanted to. This smallness is a confusing reality that constantly clashes with how I feel inside. Continue reading On Smallness
There are a lot of clichés surrounding change, especially changing yourself but things will change with or without you. Life goes on either way so you better be ready for it. Continue reading Moving The Needle
I find myself – often – somewhere new staring out to survey my surroundings, only to find I am actually somewhere familiar. Continue reading New Years 2018: Vignette from Another Rooftop
In an age where seeing is believing, what is photography even about? Why do we even take so many pictures anyway? Continue reading The Art of Photography