Sleeping On Snow

15 Dec 18
Desis with Dhanya

Okay okay maybe there’s a chance that my title is a little dramatic. But in my defense, there’s only one (1) week until winter break (!!!!) which means only one week away from sleeping in, getting some sleep, and going to sleep early (did I mention sleeping?). Anywayyys, back to the actually important stuff, which […]

15 Dec 18
Ringing Bells

Winter got a gift of cold Clutchings lips with twitched hips caffeine couldnt make it through tummy God knows what this body wanted really A sudden thunder then flashed through spine those fingers were thick ,impossible to recognise You came to me to ask favours again, Hey honey warm me up..i need to sleep, again […]

15 Dec 18
THE SULTRY OF POETRY AND THE SELF-EXPRESSION OF WRITING.

tara_nicole211(instagram) Poem: Great Spirit of God. She walked, in the tall grassland, of the field, of the wheat, holding that a basket, on her head. As she plucked off pieces, of the wheat, to make bread. The wind, blowing the smell, of honey, wafted in the air. With sound of windchimes, and that of, the […]

15 Dec 18
The Clemonte Family Legacy

Some people might say our daughter was born from science – but I say she was born from love. Dani and I’s love for each other. Our hopes to start a family. The first few weeks after Valentina’s birth were possibly the hardest and simultaneously the best of my life. No matter how much you […]

15 Dec 18
Hudgins' Travels

I may have titled this month’s blog as ‘Adventurous George’, since he was brave enough to join us for our trek from Houston to San Jose.   Our trip was more adventurous because of his company, and he helped us appreciate things we may have otherwise taken for granted. Warning: I wont even try to […]

15 Dec 18
Society19

You must be thinking, that’s impossible, but travelling across the country in three days is totally doable. With a little preparation and patience, you could do it too. For the first time ever, I left the comfort of my suburban home in Riverside, California to move to the second largest city in Georgia, Columbus. Since […]

15 Dec 18
Ramblin' Rose Hits The Road

So these last few weeks I have been planning a totally BAD ASS winter road trip for Mo and I to take this holiday season! We are driving from California to Tennessee to spend some much needed time with family and friends for Christmas and then, after swooping up one of our best buds in […]

15 Dec 18
Outside Looking in for You

It’s Christmas. Don’t sweat the small stuff. And it’s all small stuff. Especially politics.

14 Dec 18
Forsaken Moonlight

In the silent night, even the moon was hidden behind dark clouds, not wanting to look upon this dirty world. Lan You Nian, clothed in white sleepwear, stood in front of the window. A cold gust of night wind blew up the long hair scattered on her back giving off a kind of indifferent immortal […]

14 Dec 18
Alex Iz

In the last year I started having more vivid dreams than I have ever had in my life. They are vivid to a point of confusing me in my waking life in the sense that there are occasional situations where I’m not sure if I dreamed a situation or if it actually happened. My dreams […]

14 Dec 18
Bluebird

Hey there, it has been one hot minute. I have been trying to keep busy during the last few weeks, but a lot has happened since we last had a chat, so let me keep you updated! We experienced Boise snow, Calvin had a big milestone, and we got a visitor!

14 Dec 18
Indigo's Fault

It had not taken her long to rebuild her parent’s villa. And it was hers now, right down to the little koi slipping through the pool of the fountain. Rebuilding each wall, each room, seemed to remove the traces of their memories and cover it with her own. She’d chosen each detail herself. Decorated every […]

14 Dec 18
The Life and Times of Annabelle Claudette

Dwell I never once thought about the past, always been so used to living in the present. The here and now, the moment of action. Tomorrow was always a distant edge on a never ending landscape spread out at my fingertips. I could very well reach out and touch new dawns with ease, with as […]

14 Dec 18
Erin's Ventures

Hey. Today I got up at the butt-crack of dawn to take a train to Madrid with my friends. We are just here for the weekend. I brought lots of snacks and my host mom packed me a lunch with lots of fruit and sweets (and an egg sandwich). But I get really nervous while […]