Travel Archive

A Long Road To My First Kiss

There I was, sitting in the windowsill. Everyone was laughing. I was laughing with them. I was home from my first semester of college, and by college, I mean Brigham Young University, a conservative, religious institution with strict rules of moral conduct. BYU students ...Read More

If Only I had a “LIKE” Button Attached to My Soul

Perspective, happy and healthy perspective of self, is not always easy to maintain, especially in a world where we arguably present (via social media), a false, or only partial version of our self. I have totally bought into this digital narrative. In fact, instead ...Read More

Poems I wrote this Summer

Introduction: Years ago I wrote poetry. Then, this summer, usually on an all night flight, I started to write poems again. I am wondering what I should do with these quirky little writings. Should I pursue poetry? I am still working on other projects ...Read More

Happy February

What I did see (and maneuver), however, were several tetris-skill-inducing semi trucks in the opposite lane, life-ending narrow corners, death-drop embankments, third-world-styled washed out roads, cars coming straight at me (because that is how narrow the roads were). At some point, a sweet old ...Read More