What does Thanksgiving mean to you? Is it just a day to get a lot of free food? An excuse to fly home and see your family? Or is it a day to come together and celebrate everything that you are thankful for? Is it all of the above? For me, Thanksgiving is a great … Continue reading What does Thanksgiving mean to you?
This week, I will be rewriting the story of Daphne from Greek mythology. To get an idea of what the original tale is about, click here: Daphne Story In other news… The Prism Season 2 begins next Friday! I am so excited to start back up and continue the journey. I hope you all are … Continue reading A Modern Greek Mythology: Daphne
This week I am doing something a little different, something that I have never done before. I’m going to write some poems. I don’t know how well they’re going to be, so I would appreciate some honest feedback. Thanks for coming back this week. The Algebra of Heartbreak Tangent Touched, only by one point in … Continue reading The Algebra of Heartbreak
Throughout your life, you meet people who seem to stick around forever, through thick and thin. You meet people who become an extension of yourself. In this blog, I will highlight some of the people who are that to me. There are a lot of people in my life who I value and appreciate, and … Continue reading The Most Important People In My Life
Half of the crowd was demanding for Karen to return to the stage, and the other half flooded toward the elevators. Quin and Blair were amongst the latter. Quin knew there was nothing they could do, that sitting around asking for more answers was useless. Quin followed behind Blair to make sure she didn’t get … Continue reading The Prism: Chapter 6
Before I get into this week’s topic, I would like to give a few updates. First, I want to give a huge shout-out to my friend James Singer. He has been editing my blog posts for the last two weeks, and he’s amazing. He is helping me to make this blog the best it can … Continue reading Death – Everybody Does It
The four of them walked into a large rectangular room, a common area with an open kitchen and living room. A small dining table sat in the middle of the room. Dark hardwood floors extended through the entire place. The kitchen was the first thing they passed through. The cabinets were white except for those … Continue reading The Prism: Chapter 4