Three Questions to Ask Yourself as the Year Draws to a Close

Understanding the Value of Self Reflection Photo Credits: Adhitya Andanu 2020 is winding down like an old music box, so long sad-girl-summer. It’s winter now, and all the trees are preparing for the long haul while we humans continue to fumble our way through life haphazardly. It has been a sad year filled with controversy…

Hello, Again

Hi there, it has been such a long time since I posted. I hope that you are well and that the writing gods of woe have smiled upon your visage. There is so much I would love to say and so little space to say it. I wanted to fill you in on my poetry,…

Episode 10: To Dine Together

Isn’t it amazing to sit down and talk with family and friends that make you feel loved? Oh gosh, how I miss it so much! I know I can’t be the only missing get together. In this episode, I break down the ways I create a community of friends who love to eat and be…

Used Thoughts Of The Silence

I used to dream in tongues In languages left unspoken Fear of knowing Fear of being the one Twisted in the moment of falling behind Running in the wrong direction  Being lost to time Finding a place to call your own  Then losing the key Fearful memories Alone at last Drunken nights I forget my…

Fragile Pieces

I have taken a liken to my hands, to the way you left them. Mangled bruises but only on the surface.  Beneath you left me with tactile changes of my character.  I trace these lines to their source  And find they run much deeper than this feigning of disingenuous compromises Bent over the wrong way…

Episode 9: Wine and a Good Time

It’s been so long. Well good news, we are back to our regular programming. I hope you all and well and stay safe. This week’s episode is all about WINE!!!! You can thank me later, all opinions are my own and I standby them! Do you know wine history? Are you a connoisseur? If all…

It is not yet Spring

Fragile cases of disillusioned men come tumbling down the street. Seeking justice on a promise of lips No one heard a thing they said Distant passersby scoff at the disruption to their walk It is not yet spring Loud voices clash On mountains of ill-forgotten deeds of kindness Silver clatters to the floor Making its…

To Hunt A Fox

A fox rests on the shoulder of a mountain Taking in the rays of the sun It raises its head Foot steps draw near On the edge of the forest Creeping along the undergrowth A hunter draws near With gun in hand With vengeance in her eyes The fox tilts his head in amusement Another…

Episode 8: For the Love of Pasta and Creative Expression

Thank you for joining me for another episode, this week I talk about pasta and just a few rumblings in my head at the moment. Part of the reason why I do this podcast is to talk to myself for around 30 minutes or so, or it could be because I love talking about food….

A Note On Consideration

The world is shaking at this moment, but rather than talking about the apparent ramifications that have befallen us. I rather talk about something that we can control—food waste. There are so many people going into stores to do nothing more than panic buy, causing a wave of hysteria and wasting the food they hoarded…