Teenage Misconception

Her mama questions her “What you need that for?” “Your skin is perfect” Another teenage-exploration mama thinks to herself. Daughter, seemingly ashamed, takes the facial scrub into the bathroom Dabs her face wet Looks at her dry skin Applies the scrub And scrubs Scrubs And she scrubs Skin falls down into the sink Scrubs, harderContinue reading “Teenage Misconception”

Days filled with fun, summer-time!

These last couple of days have been jam-packed with truly fun and heart-warming happenings. Friends en masse, laughter, sun and fun! To remember it all…photobomb: Started out with a fun night with a lady who has been home-bound for the last 2 years because she has gotten a tiny lil’ smiling cutiepie – a son thatContinue reading “Days filled with fun, summer-time!”

Under the influence of Martin Amis

Just finished reading The Rachel Papers by Martin Amis. Can’t help but finding myself feeling like I have the mindset of a nineteen year old boy, quite an intellectual one though, so I don’t mind really. What I am struck by is how intricate and well-performed Amis’s way of describing thoughts is. The recognition factorContinue reading “Under the influence of Martin Amis”