Colorado

As I drove through the states, I talked to many people about all the places I had been and where I was going. Every person, without fail, whenever I mentioned Colorado would tell me how beautiful it is and how much I was going to love it. I always believed it but, now that I am here, […]

Goodbye Atlanta, Hello Peru! (We are all mountaineers)

I am writing from Eve’s bed, on my last night in Atlanta. This week flew by, but at the same time it felt as if I have always been here. That is the thing about true friendship; even when you are geographically apart, your souls are together. Being in each others’ physical presence does not […]

Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights

I took my time leaving The Chastain Farms this morning, but still made it out before 10 o’clock. It was raining most of my drive, but it let up as I entered town. I was hungry and thought about getting food, but instead went right to the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta. […]

Politics as Distraction: Please Focus on Wealth Distribution

Warning: This is a political rant. I have been thinking a lot about the political environment lately. It is hard not to. And the more inflamed I become at the administration’s attack on the press, immigrants, women, environment, and general truth, the less I think about the issue that I was most focused on at […]

Nashville & Alabama

I always forget how much cities overwhelm me. Nashville was nice, though. I did some sight-seeing and soul-searching. I went to Centennial Park, saw the Parthenon and the suffragist memorials. I met a bunch of Mike’s friends and ate some great food. I drank great coffee at a few cafes while I did writing, reading, and […]