Take the knife

I just went to a women’s leadership conference and it was incredible. I learned a lot, ate a lot of food, experienced some things, met some great people and I have a lot to share. But to be honest, I’m still sort of digesting everything. I mean truly. That was a jam-packed 6 days. But … Continue reading Take the knife


Big Ben

Heather got to choose my topic this week and guess what she chose. Elizabeth Tower/Big Ben: history, facts, fiction, non-fiction, lore, etc. So here goes nothing…   Elizabeth Tower is the name of the actual tower that houses Parliament, but it is more famously and more commonly known as ‘Big Ben.’ Though it is called … Continue reading Big Ben


So Easter is over.. Doesn’t look like I was able to find a home with the rest of my friends. Instead I’m still sitting here on the shelf. Waiting to go home, well a home. Hey the store is opening soon, maybe today is my day. Today was not my day. We’re being moved to … Continue reading Rose


“How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot in the Caribbean by providence, impoverished, in squalor grow up to be a hero and scholar?” –Hamilton, opening number   March 24th, 6:45pm Keylee and I arrive at Keller Auditorium. Doors are open, lobby is … Continue reading Hamilton


Conflict is everywhere. In the news, at work, school, home, and even inside ourselves. Everywhere. Navigating conflicts, arguments, etc. can be incredible difficult. When you feel so strongly about something it can be difficult to see anything other than your own subjective rightness. ‘Subjective rightness’ is what a person feels or thinks is right due … Continue reading Conflict