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Do all things in love
- Top Story - December 2023
The Evolution of the Crazy Cat Lady
If she’s single, over thirty, and has zero kids, we all know her- she’s “The crazy cat lady.” This is a prime example of a stereo-type, and it’s a ruthless one. However, stereo-types evolve from a majority mass or common repetitive behavior of a same kind. But it can not speak for all.
- Top Story - November 2023
Goodbye kissTop Story - November 2023
When I was pondering what to title the subtitle to this journal entry, article, blog post-whatever you want to call this piece, I originally labeled this “The trauma of abandonment” but then I realized why is everything the ‘trauma of’ because yes, even though the result to things is traumatic, what happens to us is still the reality of it. Reality is what causes the trauma, so I changed the subtitle to “The reality of abandonment” which indeed is traumatic. For example, the similarities to being in a horrific car accident, you can’t control that it happened to you, it’s not your fault that the cars collided in inspectable timing, but it’s the aftermath that you have to live with. The sad result and reality of what happened.
Emily Hawthorne and the Crow
My hair was in tight curls, pinned on each side. The dress I was wearing was far better than anything I had ever bought myself, also trying to remember why I’m even wearing it. But it was full of lace, layered over white satin, hanging with crystal gems and glitter embroidered in the fabric. My skin golden brown as if it had been a little more than sun kissed. Walking around this desolate ballroom I looked for something to drink. I felt, parched. Beyond that.