Lessons of Adventure

I know many people and have many connections. However, few know anything about my personal/private/home life. They know nothing of how my life is once I leave campus, work, or Shreveport/Bossier in general. At the end of each day I migrate south to Stonewall, Louisiana where I live with my parents, both in their 60’s, … More Lessons of Adventure

Brunch, frankly.

So life got kinda crazy and I’ve learned some things. I don’t really like doing brunch but I will if I have to. To me, brunch feels like speed dating. Especially in my demographic because we are typically college students with job shifts that begin a half hour to an hour after our classes end. … More Brunch, frankly.

Miserable At Best

Throughout our childhood and younger years most of us are taught about how we can protect ourselves from harm. Don’t touch the flame, you’ll be burned. Don’t run with that knife or those scissors. They’re very sharp and you could be cut. This goes on our whole lives from anyone who has raised us or … More Miserable At Best


Have you ever been a part of something that just makes you tired? Something that sucks the life and the genuine joy and what pure hope that you have left, right out of you? That’s a shitty place to be. Stuck in a tireless cycle being put through hell for someone that only hurts you, … More Exhaustion


We all loved Avril Lavigne at some point, a long time ago, even for a split second, even if you loved to hate her and how her high pitched voice was SO high pitched that it sounded brilliant and flawless. But doesn’t she have a point? Doesn’t everything just seem so fucking complicated sometimes? You … More Complicated

Old Habits Die Hard

It’s 1:00 AM and here I sit with a steaming bowl of shrimp-flavored ramen, thoughts racing through my head about Wednesday. Wednesday morning at 9. The first day of my senior year of college. Upon saying that, so many thoughts flood my mind. I want to cry, I’m sad, I don’t want to leave, I … More Old Habits Die Hard