Sometimes I think about the different parts of me. So many contradictory parts that shouldn’t be part of the same entity, yet here I am. I used to think that I had to pick one style and stick with it, I had to abandon the others because they won’t work in harmony with the part … More Mix and Match
So I’ve been thinking about relationships. How original, right? I’m stuck between two interpretations. The first: you meet someone, enjoy spending time with them, develop feelings for one another, then dates become a relationship. The second: you meet a lot of different people, like some and dislike some, but for whatever reason, things just don’t … More Levi Strauss and Relationships
So my parents are from Manhattan, born and raised. Growing up, I never heard that stereotypical New York accent when they spoke, until one day when it was brought to my attention. Here are a few examples that make me question my own observational skills during the first 20 years of my life: My mom … More Manhattan
Ci sono tante distrazione Sempre troppe cose da fare La pressione a dividere il tempo Voglio fare tutto ma non posso Le persone, le cose, i posti Io provo ma invece fare sogni Poi l’ansia arriva Ma invece, dico “vai via” È più facile a trascurare la lista Chiudo i miei occhi a cambiare questa … More Come Va?
I’ve had this cough for about 3 weeks, so today, I decided to get some of that Western medicine from my local pharmacy. The Rite Aid is located downtown, which is a more “active” and “diverse” area of the city. I am going to share with you some of the events that took place during my travels. … More The Common Cold
On Sunday mornings I visit Moe. He lives in the train station, I think, or maybe under the bridge next to the Dunkin’ Donuts, but I’m not sure, it’s probably rude to ask a homeless man where he lives. But chances are i’ll bump into him somewhere downtown, I know his usual hangouts. What our … More Moe
This is the excerpt for your very first post. … More La foto