Tag Archives: grief

I Am Angry At America

I feel myself slithering up from the depths of only grief looking slightly like Golum from the inside out. A demonic sinister look in my eye promising to eviscerate your soul. I am angry. Ball busting violently angry. I want … Continue reading

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A Graceful Homeless Revolution

This week begins the yearly count of homeless individuals around Orange County (and elsewhere in California). For me there is great irony in this event because last Saturday the homeless man who lived down the street from us was run … Continue reading

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Me and My Uterus

I have always wanted to make a human. Like always. When I played dress up as a little girl I would put a pillow under my dresses and then have a baby. It isn’t that I wanted kids necessarily (although … Continue reading

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Guest Post-Suicide is Not Painless

Author Christina Valentine Larsen, who is currently writing a book about her parents life during World War II, stopped by today to remind us that for those who are left behind, suicide leaves lasting impressions on our souls. Suicide is … Continue reading

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