Today I Feel Loved

Today I feel loved. I spent last night cuddling with Marcie on the couch. I saw Oz this morning before I left, and we danced in the drive way. One of my professors was so excited to see that I was in her class, again. Another professor that I adore (and am slightly intimidated by) … Continue reading

The Lie I Told Tonight

Relationships are a failed adventure with nearly everything they touch. Even more so when you add two diseases in the mix.  Some days our relationship is more failed than adventure. Like tonight. I am watching as Oz snoozes on the couch next to me, in what I hope is a restful, dreamy sleep. He has … Continue reading

Safe and Sound?

I did make it back from Ireland, about a week ago. The change in climate allowed me to meet myself again.  I was nearly pain-free the entire trip. This has also provoked a strange grieving process, because coming back to the heat and smog has sent me spiraling. But I don’t want to linger on … Continue reading

Echorus by Philip Glass

This song is my new obsession. The title comes from the greek word for “echo.”  I love the flow and focus of the music.  A pair of dueting cellos are the central point of the rich sound. You can almost see them dancing.  But as the music flows, other instruments and melodies compete for the … Continue reading

Fighting

About one week ago, Oz took me on an adventure.  We visited Native American burial mounds and hiked through the serene woods.  We found a road that was closed to vehicles, but decided to hike it anyway.  It had been raining on and off all day and my feet became mops.  But I didn’t care. … Continue reading

Treasures

Yesterday was a day of treasures for me.  I certainly needed it.  For some reason, Fridays always seem to be subpar.  I suppose that’s what I get for having high expectations. My first treasure was a recipe for cake…in a mug. As in, the ability to have my own personal serving of cake anytime I … Continue reading