You laugh without understanding the context of what is being said to you. You pay full price for tickets in solidarity that guarantees you a spot in spaces that others cant access. You feel better that I am out, so you can out me when you introduce me to others. Your BLANK friend. Your BLANK […]Read more "YOU"
I was asked to go be the master/mistress of ceremonies for a community event in Bkejwanong. I’m kind of new to the whole self-booking and making all the travel and lodging arrangements myself? Thanks to the big move on reconciliation and a new flock of Grey Owls, I usually just let whichever colonial agent do […]Read more "A Funny Native"
The Griefy Train All aboard the Griefy Train! Pardon? You didn’t know you were invited? Well a lot of the passengers on board the griefy train didn’t know they had tickets either. We just find ourselves on a long ride full of crowded carriages, dark spaces, parties with the living, tearful reunions, sad reflections, and […]Read more "The Griefy Train"
Different kinds of ways to cope. Trying not to lose all hope. My pen holds my truth and notes. Poems and work and useful quotes. I lost two notebooks. Trying to deal with losing tools of my muse. That harbor my thoughts. My healing. Carrying words that I wrote about them. Carrying not in my […]Read more "The Loss of Self Care"
Setting an example for someone else to follow To inspire To encourage hope To try To obtain inner peace Chasing it to distant corners Tasting it In short, sporadic intervals Maintaining a light in a hurricane wind So that others can see it Sometimes they […]Read more "Whatever You Call It"
August 8, 2016 A haircut is felt with many emotions. Equating if a a side bob or a simple trim would suffice. Snip, snip, snip a stylist uses all tools that they come equipped with. A transitional time that we usually choose for ourselves. What if someone else is pulling […]Read more "A Haircut"