Lately I’ve been afraid of being honest on my blog about how hard it’s been for me in the big city. I’ve tried to maintain an air of positivity about my personal purgatory but sadly, the happiness I feel here appears in small waves stifled by the overwhelming loneliness that comes from living in a place where people are often so disconnected from each other.
Read More How I’m really feeling right now
I don’t want to be on this plane. I never wanted to be on this plane. No, not just because the assholes in front of me have reclined all the way back to the point where I’ve spilled my rum and coke (I went for it). But mainly because I feel like I’m […]
Read More On the plane to Toronto
“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” -Miriam Adeney When I left Ottawa, three amazing friends accompanied me to the airport. After many hugs and kisses, […]
Read More A toast to friends