I mentioned briefly in my last post, but I’m visiting some friends for summer vacation! I’ll be with Ira in DC until May 30th and Danny in Canada for the whole of June. However, my post isn’t just an update – it’s about the kinds of people I meet when I travel and the thoughts that come to… Continue reading A Traveler’s Encounters
Sorry, I am on sudden travels to DC and Canada, but for now have this cool tedtalk!
Once upon a time, there was a poet named Antoine. He longed to be the captain of his own ship, and so he scrimped and saved, gathered a crew, pooled enough resources for a small ship, and set off. His dream was to create an artistic masterpiece after exploring all of the Underzee (the underground… Continue reading M&M – “Sunless Sea”
There are a few moments in life that can change a person’s life. One of those is, undoubtedly, being told that you helped someone to shape their own life – being told that you’ve helped them to find a new goal or aspiration. Koshimaty, companionable fool that he is, was the person who granted me this moment, and… Continue reading Introducing a… Mentee(?): Koshimaty
Today’s post was originally an M&M, but on my reblog account of Tumblr, there was a prompt to make a bucket list. I was surprised by some of the things that I wrote and charmed by the vision of the future my subconscious mind seemed fit to provide, so I thought I would share it… Continue reading May 2016 – A Bucket List
I call it a collection, but there aren’t really that many that I find decent enough to share. Poetry isn’t what I consider my strong suit, and definitely not back in high school, but I have a few here collecting dust that I thought would be alright to share. This is part of a collection… Continue reading Poem: High School Collection 1
It’s Finals week, woooo – I have two more exams on Wednesday and then I’m free! Which means that there’s really no excuse for meeting the goals I set this month. Check out the Current Projects page to see what I’m trying to get done this year, and to see my current progress, read below the… Continue reading Update: Final Exams