I am here to just share stories about things I think people would enjoy reading. I want to venture into writing content for enjoyment and insight. I've written years worth of college papers, so I want to write for for fun now.
The gloomy mid-afternoon weather seeps through the openings in the horizontal blinds into my tiny space. Rain drops outside the window race down to the finish line of a ledge. Drops combine with one another to take the lead. Homemade hazelnut cold brew coffee rests on the side table. Just beneath the window, long vines of green plants stretch toward the floor, adding color to my otherwise black and grey living room.
“Home is where the heart is." Well, I’m not saying that’s not true. But I think there is more to home than that. Home has been something slightly unstable for me most of my life. In twenty-one years, I have moved fifteen times. How am I supposed to determine where my hometown is?
As a 21-year-old college student, every year I’ve made the same generic resolutions that you’d imagine. Lose weight. Stay in shape. Make friends. Do good in school. Make money. I have been making different versions of the same resolutions that take me absolutely nowhere. My main one has been the classic: lose weight. It has come true several times, but by the end of the year, it’s back on again. So, I’ve even thought to myself “what’s the point?”
Moving any distance can be difficult and costly, whether it’s one state away or across the country. Trying to move during COVID-19 can make things even trickier and pricier. Here is how my boyfriend and I managed to do it with tips for making it as smooth as possible.
As someone who has family and friends spread around the country, I find myself on airplanes multiple times a year. I have flown to Houston on Christmas Day and returned on New Year’s Day for as cheap as $88 roundtrip. As a college student, trust me when I say I am not looking to spend ample amounts of money on flights.
Everyone has heard the story about the high school senior boy taking interest in the high school freshmen girls. Well, this is also my story.
Let’s get the obvious question straightened out first…yes, people in wheelchairs can have sex and they enjoy it! A sad assumption many people have is that people with physical disabilities can’t have sex or are asexual. What a bizarre, but understandable assumption due to the way society has portrayed people with disabilities.