A PoemContinue reading “Spotty Fi”
Wolf creates a gripping and heart-warming read out of the most surprising relationship.Continue reading “The Sound of Violet: Reedsy Book Review”
A poem about the tears and anxiety weekends alone brought me during my time figuring how to be an adult on my own in San Antonio. I originally wrote this in July 2021.
Just an update, I’m no longer crying every weekend lol.Continue reading “Cry Every Weekend”
There’s a lot to unpack, but it’s worth a read. Gives single folks a renewed appreciation for single life.Continue reading ““Sidelined: The Contract”: Reedsy Review”
I went through all the trouble of writing this weekly journal for Race Psychology and prof decides the day before to notify us it’s scrapped, not due! I didn’t want to waste that time and energy for nothing.
Continue reading “Scrapped Journal!: Thoughts on Sexism and Sexual Discrimination/ Heteronormativity”
“When you assume the worst, you can’t be surprised when it actually happens.”Woke
Series that mix animation or inanimate talking objects with real environments are usually something I avoid at all costs. I read the synopsis for “Woke” and thought no different.
I was scrolling through Twitter when I saw it as a trending promotion and read some of the tweets before watching the trailer. I was partly sold that it might be worth my time. Then I saw that it addressed the issues of police brutality and race in America, and I was really interested.Continue reading ““Woke” on Hulu: Review”