Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Day We Almost Died

Last week, my best friend and I went camping in Badlands National Park, South Dakota.  It was an amazing adventure, and I have so many pictures that I have decided to chronicle it in multiple posts.  The first post, counter-intuitively, … Continue reading

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I am an empty eggshell, full of nothingness.  Emotions and desires come distantly if at all.  If you put me in the palm of your hand, you wouldn’t be able to crush me despite all your might, because stubbornly and … Continue reading

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Victory Over Nature!

Today is Endangered Species day, where we celebrate the anthropogenic march to extinction of other species and Homo sapiens’ victory over nature. Wait, that’s not right. The opposite of that? Endangered Species Day is important because too many species around … Continue reading

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Boy on a Bus

The city rolls past, block by dirty block, and people on errands carry on without even a glance my way.  This is the usual way home, on a usual day.  We pay our fare and take our seats side-by-side in … Continue reading

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The Quick-Trip Pics

Last week, I was fortunate enough to go on a brief trip to Portland to visit family, friends, my beloved West Coast/Best Coast, and attend an alumni meeting from my program at college.  It was fun, and gorgeous, and I have … Continue reading

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