I am whole, I am whole, I am whole

Last Wednesday was my 26th birthday. Or, as I’ve been saying for the past few months, the Officially-Kicked-Off-My-Parents’-Health-Insurance-Day. This birthday feels a bit different. It’s a pretty big milestone in many ways. As I remove my family Aetna card from my wallet, I feel a tinge of fear. The final safety net, my final tie… Continue reading I am whole, I am whole, I am whole

Seeing God in his face

Today is Monday, September 18, 2017. Nicholas and I met during my freshman year at Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio. We were in the same Intro to Theater class and were playing an icebreaker game for the first session. There was a blue ball that was passed around, and whoever had it introduced themselves and… Continue reading Seeing God in his face

Thinking about ontology

There's a tree outside of my bedroom window in my new Harlem apartment. I'm not quite sure what type of tree it is. Its leaves will change colors come fall (sometime soon, fingers crossed). I counted eighteen leaves on one offshoot; there are several offshoots on one branch. The leaves are a middling green, perhaps… Continue reading Thinking about ontology