The question that keeps rolling around my head is "When did weapons and children's death become a partisan issue in the US?"
9 p.m. August 2015, Omaha, Nebraska, the Old Market. I was home for the summer, out with old friends catching up on college adventures. They offered to walk me to my car, I said it was only two blocks away. They got in their car and drove away. I started walking while I dug in … Continue reading Supporting Actors
We always go to my uncle's house for Thanksgiving. My mom is one of the middle children in a group of eight, and he has a large house. It just makes sense. This year was a new experience for me though, considering I only recently came out to my parents and a few of my … Continue reading Being Queer at Thanksgiving
Continued from Echo? Part 1 The Social Media of it All
At some point in life, everyone has been at that party or reception or graduation where they know about two people. Inevitably, awkward small talk occurs when you find yourself in an unfamiliar group. Sometimes the small talk goes well and you make new friends, other times not so much. The 'not so much' option … Continue reading Echo? Part 1