Monthly Archives: October 2016

Bookshelf: Georgia

Georgia Dawn Tripp Published 2016 Mystery, 318 pages Spanning 1915 to the 1980s, Tripp’s historical fiction account follows the life of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, from her First Person perspective. Much fascination revolves around the infamous affair between a young … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Seventy-Seven Clocks

Seventy-Seven Clocks Christopher Fowler Published 2008 Mystery, 496 pages In 1970s London, the oddest crimes are left in the capable but quirky hands of detectives Bryant and May of the Peculiar Crimes Unit. What begins as a simple incident of … Continue reading

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Flashback: On Living Alone

This is something I wrote in November 2014, as a reaction to a long-time-coming separation between myself and the person I thought would be my best friend forever. It’s a long story not worth wasting time for, and the summary … Continue reading

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Flashback: 2014 Resolutions

The following is the list of resolutions I posted in January of 2014, with revisions to bring these goals up to speed. Lose twenty more pounds.┬áThat makes it 185. This is gonna be difficult, considering I have successfully plateaued around … Continue reading

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No More Scales: Adventures in Body Image

In 2005, I was eighteen years old. I weighed roughly 260 pounds, and wore a size 24 pant in women’s plus measurements. At least, that is how I remember it. I will attempt to attach an old photograph for reference, … Continue reading

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