Lost Memories Epidemic
In the clamoring city by Memory City, a quiet plague grabs hold, denying its residents of their most treasured belonging — recollections. The hero, an apparently common individual named Alex Harper, awakens one day with a psyche absent any and all memories. As the city dives into an aggregate amnesiac fog, Alex sets out on an excursion to recuperate their own recollections as well as to uncover a covered truth that holds the way in to the pandemic.
A Test to Pass
The call came in at 8AM on a Monday. My background check had come back clean; urinalysis was the last hiring hurdle. I was given until 2PM to claim my lab order, and afforded 48 hours from the moment I did so to tackle the task.
Brat Kink? Is it a Thing? It Just Might Be... Okay?
“A-whoo-hooooo.” - your werewolf sounds that is like music to my ears and my favourite sounds ever and is what makes me love my soulmate so much.
- Top Story - December 2023
I can't cry
There's a girl on the inside of my mind, who keeps fighting with me. Asking me questions I can't oblige, but I listen just to see.
20 Incredible Kids with Superpowers Unveiled
In a world where dreams of superpowers come alive, prepare to be astonished as we unveil the top 20 extraordinary kids with mind-boggling abilities. These real-life superheroes are not the product of comic books or movies but walk among us with powers that defy imagination.
Healing is not linear, often it is messy and leads you to confront with some aspects of your reality that you refuse to acknowledge.
The Art of Letting Go: Redefining Dreams and Rebuilding Self-Identity
6:13 p.m. on December 1, 2023 A tremendous burden of emotions engulfs me as the sun sets on the first day of December. I'm on the verge of tears, the weight of an unusually difficult year weighing heavily on my mind. The desire for a brighter 2024 is tempered by the hard truth that life's challenges have grown more difficult year after year. My musings in the midst of job hunting dive into the labyrinth of mourning, a process that has become an unintentional companion on my stormy path.
Back to December
What is that saying thats been going around? 2022 broke me, 2023 destroyed me, and 2024 is my comback? I think thats how it goes. 2022 was defiantly the year that broke me, and this year well yes it did destroy me badly. There have been good moments, moments I am so proud of. But for the most part this year has been experiencing pain I haven't in many years. I am proud of the fact that I was able to go on a week long trip alone, for the first time since 2018. It was a trip that I needed for so many reasons. I got to experience a full week alone, in a small town and state where no one knew me. I stayed in a cheap hotel right off the highway, and behind it was a quiet fishing pond that hardly anyone was using. I sat on the deck of that pond most of the days I was there, thinking and reflecting. Knowing I was originally supposed to be here with someone I considered to be the love of my life was a little gut wrenching. But I also felt empowered that I took the trip anyways, finally doing something for myself and not worry about what others thought.
- Top Story - December 2023
What My Therapist Doesn't Know
It's a freezing day in December, almost Christmas. My breath puffs out like clouds of cigarette smoke in the clear night air of the motel parking lot. At the moment, I wish it was cigarette smoke because I can't remember being this nervous in a very long time. Maybe the Christmas Eve service twenty years ago, when a pushy grandmother shoved her mini-skirted teen granddaughter up to the piano in our little Baptist Church and plopped an unfamiliar piece of music before me, stating, "Missy is going to sing. Play this."
Pondering Aging as I Sit in A Colombian Coffee Shop
As I sat down, a few looks from the locals drifted my way. This is not uncommon, as I am an outsider. When you stray off the usual route that most tourists take, you will stick out like a sore thumb, no matter how hard you try to blend it.
The Impact of Self-talk
As the morning's alarm rings, you murmur to yourself, “Why did I set it so early?” When brushing your teeth, you consider,
Lessons that 2023 Taught Me
Hey guys, I had created a list of writing prompts for the month of December. You can check that post out here. I finished this post up and realized it was worth sharing now.