Summer Day 3: ”Just a Girl Standing In Front Of A Boy”

I arrived home in the later hours of Sunday, started to unpack and fell asleep next to the mountain of clothes I had accumulated in my year away. Day one saw new shoes, too many errands but a happy pile of book situate their selves in the space that wasn’t being used for my unpacking. […]

My Summer Bucket List: A Seasonal Separation

I’m breaking the mold. Normally I’d bring you poetry or a story or some perhaps lightly too-subverted philosophy hidden in shoes. But today is not only Sunday but exactly a week before I get to go home for the summer!  I haven’t started packing, in fact, right now I’m sat with my elbows resting on […]

My Whistle-stop Italian trip. Part 1- Rome and The Monastery

I worked all summer, I worked nearly everyday and between a summer romance and my utter drive to exercise and fast; I became prepared for the adventure I was about to find. On the 30th August 2013 I got on my very first plane, all by myself and saw the clouds in all there beauty…And […]

Procrastinating for Motivation

Today I am alone and have a big deadline tomorrow, but I know once I have completed the work on this piece of writing that will be it for the big events for the next week. I’m not sure why I procrastinate, I find the work easy enough and enjoy it enough. But here I am […]

Freedom is like a butterfly, bound only by the earth on which it reigns.

I had to answer today what it would be that constitutes a free society, Diverting slightly I came to the conclusion that we are the most free as children, unbound by the burden, enjoying the life as we wish to act it, free of many restrictions. To have a lesser knowledge (if we can have […]