One Time on a Rooftop in Haiti

One time, many moons ago, amidst falling out of love with a man, I fell in love with something else; yoga. It was the kind of experience in which you’d be good to compare your heart, to a raw piece of filet. The rawest, most vulnerable, pulsing piece of you; being seared by a flame […]

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It Feels Like a Sunday.

Listen up everyone, I’ve been thinking, and feeling, and keeping quiet about this for a while now, but I just can’t anymore… This pandemic is painful. It’s grief, in stagnant motion. In the best of circumstances it is the death of the world as we once knew it; while we are safe, and fed, and […]

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“I think my dad is dead.”

  I think my dad is dead.”  I knew this storm was coming, but for some reason that doesn’t soften the blow. Her words break me wide open, like when thunder first strikes the sky. The vibration of all of this lingers within me. I intentionally breathe in, and then out. In some ways this […]

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I Never Meant to Remember Today Forever

It’s interesting how natural it is for us to attach meaning to specific dates, on an annual basis. Often times these days are adorned with milestones; wedding dresses, birthday cakes, graduations, and other momentous occasions… They are days to be celebrated! However, sometimes the days we viscerally remember most, are not decorated for us quite […]

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