A broken side mirror
08/01/14

I was in love, broke, and alone. My boyfriend of 5 years, housemate and doggy adoption partner, had just split with me. It was a particularly shaky morning as I…

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American Airlines Breaks Through the Wall
08/25/15

Corporations have earned a bad reputation for, among other things, losing the personal touch. Example: In the name of “efficiency” (translation: cutting jobs), they force customers needing information or assistance…

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Can I buy you a coffee
06/26/14

So I was standing in line at a 7/11 and I had a cold drink called an Arizona in my hand. My turn was up at the front counter. I…

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Mother’s Day
05/10/15

When Sunday comes, I will be 1,821 miles away. I will be treading the path of the greedy, the desperate, and the hopeful. Those who marched towards the mad promises…

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New Life
01/06/15

Do you know the wonder of life? I feel compelled to talk about it. I have a slight advantage, I imagine, as my calling allows me to see and touch…

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Random Notes of Gratitude
01/04/15

As an actress, writer, yogi, and displaced Colorado girl, I found myself in the undeniable throes of an existential crisis while driving to yet another commercial audition in the cement…

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Tipping in pounds
12/18/14

In England, people automatically used to leave Christmas tips to those providing services all year round–delivering the mail, newspapers, milk, or collecting the trash. But the custom faded out, so…

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