Home. This place has a name: Her younger thoughts reside there She visits many times A location trapped in space Memories of her father and Her brothers Reading books and play-fighting Holding hands Her mother's warm embrace Memories that linger on Blurred by the movement of time Some things she can’t quite remember Is there… Continue reading Home
Naturally, as we get older, we start to develop our own independence and begin to take on the world in a more solo role. For some, this is an incredible opportunity to feel free and do things they felt as though they could never do before. For others, this instills the Fear - yes, the… Continue reading Don’t Let Lily Allen Fool You
Crisp autumn leaves; scarves wrapped too tight; tea brewed a little too long, but just the right amount of warmth to heat you from the inside out; burnt skylines of amber cloud your vision; lakes ripple softly in the chilled breeze; the smell of damp leaves underfoot: Autumn is the season.
I lived nineteen blissful years of my life before being told I shouldn’t eat gluten any more. I think it’s worse because I know what life with gluten tastes like. You don’t have to pre-think every meal or outing, you don’t have to ask every waiter or waitress for a gluten-free menu; in short, life… Continue reading Is Gluten All You Knead?