To this day I will never understand where I put my foot in it. What was so offensive about saying her bitterness wasn’t mandatory and her sweetness was welcome?
I’ve posted a few prose pieces on this blog, but it wasn’t that long ago I actually started writing unrestrained pieces like such. This one is directly inspired by a picture from April, 2017 – which is perhaps one of my favourite photos.
In troubling times, we can all turn to feline friends for a small dose of comfort. I think too often we tell someone how much they mean to you when they’re gone. So, from my archive of truly adoxographical musings, an ode to my cat.
Whenever a global tragedy occurs, the world pauses to take a moment to share a hashtag, to air their thoughts and prayers.
Then it carries on.
Then we carry on.
Since January rolled around, I’ve been collecting new music – fresh songs I can dance around my kitchen too and make rhymes up for when I forget the lyrics. While I do love the tracks I’ve accumulated over the years, there is something quite… rejuvenating about new blood. Here are the finds from the past two months:
The last few weeks of living in South Africa had a very unique aesthetic – an oddly placed haven. And it was in this phase that I found one of my now favourite things.
I just watched Captain Marvel and I was absolutely blown away. Here’s why.
to every woman who made me who I am today,
your mark on me has not gone unnoticed
and I stand on your shoulders everyday.
On Monday the 18th of February, my family and I visited Niagara Falls. I thought I’d make a post commemorating the trip – it really was one of the most impressive things I’ve seen.
There is just something so unfathomably wonderful about belonging to space…