The Day Racism Died

It was a blessing to be raised by a father who didn't train me to look at people through a lens of color, but even with this advantage, I didn't fully understand until sophomore year of high school. I'm a white female, raised in a middle-class household by a single father. I don't apologize or… Continue reading The Day Racism Died

Hibernation

The cold weather takes it out of me. If the opportunity ever presents itself to move somewhere warmer, I'm taking it. Until then, the idea of hibernation seems so lovely. There is a post that circulates on Facebook, saying- "Could you live in this cabin with no internet and no TV for one month? At… Continue reading Hibernation