God Bless the Child

This will be my last blog post.    I came to the realization these past few weeks that I’m nervous about graduating because I’m now in the same position my parents have been while I was growing up. I grew up constantly reminded of how poor we were; my mother would write out the budget […]

Going. Going. Gone.

Content warning: death I found out recently that a childhood friend of mine passed away. It happened a while ago, I only found out recently because I don’t follow anyone on Facebook, so it was after I purposefully started looking up high school friends that I found this out. I saw the picture first, I […]

Speak No Evil

I lost my voice over the weekend. I spent over a week playing a character in a play that screams a lot. I’ve played characters that yell before, so I’m surprised this even happened. You just never know when your body is gonna do something unexpected. Gosh, writing that made me sad. I originally typed saying […]


People here love wanting to check-in. According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of a check-in is “an act or instance of checking-in.” It is also defined as “the act or process of reporting that you have arrived at a hotel, an airport, etc.” It says nothing about anxious people confronting anxious people about potential problems, or anxious […]

Eat Me

I sort of went vegan again. I say sort of because it’s not strict at all, but it kind of is because I’m already a picky eater as it stands. Vegan-ish, maybe. I was thinking about not even telling people, because then it becomes a thing, and I already have too many things to deal […]

Boys to Men to Boys Again

Content warning: some homophobic language   I don’t have queer cis male friends. Sorry to the queer cis guys who think they’re my friends. There’s a New York Times article about friendship, and apparently, lots of people are misinformed about their friendships, as in they are definitely not reciprocal. Also, sorry to the cis guys who are […]

Classic Man

I took a Theater class where my TA (a cis white male who is younger than me) kept telling everyone to shut up. I told two of my girlfriends after the fact, because I could not believe that I would be in that situation at Oberlin, a place where answering a question in order to construct a […]