End of an Era

As I stand here amongst the boxes of hand-me-down kitchen appliances and too many books I’ll never get around to reading and knick knacks that date back to the 90’s and cords to electronics that don’t exist anymore that populated this apartment for the 23 months I called it home, I can’t help but feel a … More End of an Era

Adulting

I don’t remember signing up for this, but it’s happening and I’m attempting to navigate it one day at a time. According to Merriam–Webster: To adult is to behave like an adult, to do the things that adults regularly have to do. This includes things like having a job and living independently, sure, but also such … More Adulting

Unlatched

Memory is a funny thing. Photo by: Lucas Simōes There are ones we can’t bring ourselves to forget. No matter how hard we try. Whether we want to or not. Whether they make us feel like we just took a shot of whiskey. Whether they turn our stomach into washing machines. Whether they put a … More Unlatched

Legacies

I love seeing people from El Paso succeed. Achieve their dreams. Create something beautiful. When they do something amazing. When people from our growing city change lives. But nothing makes me happier than when they’re friends. Ones I grew up with. Ones that changed my life. One of my best friends from High School, Adrian … More Legacies

Empty Bar Stool

It makes me chuckle slightly when people ask: “Did you get anyone’s number?” “Did anyone hit on you?” “Did you go home with anyone?” No. No, I didn’t. No, it’s never happened. No, never.* And the more that people ask me, the more I start to wonder: “Well, what’s wrong with me?” It’s not that … More Empty Bar Stool

2016

Easily the most challenging and frustrating year to date. It seemed like nothing went as planned. Nothing worked out. There was more bad news than good. More bad stories. Bad situations. Bad memories. Dating gone bad. Friendship gone bad. And on top of that massive, steaming pile of bad, I’ve been trying my hardest to … More 2016

Days Like Today

They usually come out of nowhere. The days that chew you up and spit you out. The days that never let you win. The days you fight through with a smile, because there’s nothing else you can do. Days like today when I really miss having someone. Someone who I can just vent to about … More Days Like Today