R&F: The Poltergist

Reflection: Summer goes fast every year, and I don’t know if this brings consolation or makes me feel old. I also find myself wishing for a deeper connection to my surroundings in this time of my life, a spiritual awakening, a reading of the future, a raising of energy. A discovery of a ghost living in the wires of my house. Reading this makes me want to believe. I’ll keep searching. Best Summary Quote: “Call it a sign, call it a spirit, or call it a mechanical error, but I believe that someone or something was trying to communicate with … Continue reading R&F: The Poltergist

R&F: Knocked Out Cold

Reflection: This was a fun, quick, and directly to the point post, a strange read in the middle of July. I am proud of this piece, because one of the best things about being a writer (or anyone with creative power) is to sprinkle shade into your work. There’s a reason people journal for therapy, and I’ve always looked at this blog as a journal of sorts and this was just one of my many diss tracks on the album. Anyone who’s wronged me ends up as my inspiration. Looking back now, this post was not about the weather at … Continue reading R&F: Knocked Out Cold

Confession: I Watch Jersey Shore

I’m assuming that the title enough gives away what I’m about to talk about, and I’m excited to address/admit to the fact that I still watch reruns of Jersey Shore shamelessly. I have met other scholarly-inclined people in my career and schooling, people who preach about the dangers and time consumption of television- especially the mind-numbingly pointless garbage reality shows (not my words), and if one wants to succeed in life, he or she must not spend time sitting idly by leaving Cheeto-dust fingerprints on the remote as they switch channels. The theory behind this behavior is a psychological one … Continue reading Confession: I Watch Jersey Shore