2020 was my freshman year of college. I’ve been looking forward to this for so long. I had so many plans. Instead, I had to stay home and do classes on Zoom, with almost no way of making friends. I’ve lost 25% of my college experience.

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A father by heart. You brightened up my world. Now I feel nothing, but empty in this dimness. You are the angel that flew home with God before I knew it, and only God knew why. In life, I loved you dearly. In death, I still love you because you will remain alive in my…

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For a long time, I’ve had a vague idea of things I wanted, but I never really had the motivation to pursue them. Deep down, I knew that it wasn’t a matter of not being capable of working hard enough, but that I didn’t WANT to work hard enough. I was at a loss as…

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This pandemic has affected everyone differently. Some have lost a lot more than others, and I am thankful that my family and friends are healthy. In my second year of college, I feel lost. Not making friends and being cooped up in my first apartment on my laptop all day sucks. Lots of days I…

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I love my family. Okay, it’s not like I didn’t love my family before, but the pandemic has given me a new appreciation for the people who I surround myself with. And not just the people. I’ve never been so happy to be a dog owner. My dog has been my constant companion, couch buddy…

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In January 2020 I weighed a whopping 218 pounds and by the end of summer I was down to 187 pounds and fitting clothing I was about to donate at the end of last year. I was also dating a really nice man older who DID NOT know what he wanted in life, which forced…

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