Tag Archives: mortality

the good, the bad, and the fucking weird

This morning, I can feel the tendrils of indian summer folding back the edges of summer proper. I usually feel a tinge of sadness at this time of year – a little bit of post-birthday blues along with my seasonal … Continue reading

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epitaph for novelty

If you’ve been following my blog from the beginning, you’ve likely noticed that my posts have become less and less frequent. There is a very singular reason for this. When it comes to writing creative nonfiction, there are two types … Continue reading

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the good

I’m writing from the balcony of a gorgeous beach house in St. Augustine, staring at an exquisite seascape. It’s 62 degrees. I have a strong cup of coffee.  The only sounds are the steady crash of waves and some buzzy … Continue reading

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back in the saddle again

“Angry. Sad. Terrified… The usual suspects. And a few I can’t identify.” That’s how I responded to a text message from my close friend, Aubrie, last Thursday morning. She was texting to see how I was holding up in the … Continue reading

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