I was caught off guard when you asked me to leave, that my time was up. You see, I thought we were still in it together. Instead, you grabbed my finger, pricked it, drew blood, to make sure our agreement was formed with something I could never get back, that our termination hurt and was signed … Continue reading au revoir l’ami
(Palestinian children stand on the rubble of their home. Their reaction? Peace signs. PC Mulch Stetson) Unfairness will confront each of us in life’s story at some point. Some care more about it than others. I’m one of those ones that care. I’ve always had a strong sense of needing things to be fair–of course, … Continue reading Make your resistance worth it
I love movies. I grew up in a home that cherished trips to the cinema over a weekend camping. (I still got the best of both worlds by being a Girl Scout, so don’t fret.) Like any kid, my favorites consisted mainly of Disney classics, but I always had a hankering for action-packed adventures. Probably … Continue reading I am not a movie star. I’m a human.
When I was little I wanted to be: A doctor A veterinarian An egyptologist Sarah from Jurassic Park A dolphin trainer (All at various stages, not at once. Don’t worry, I wasn’t that eager.) It’s interesting to look back and consider how life unfolds so differently than what we imagined for ourselves. Perhaps in the … Continue reading Dream a little dream for me.