Monthly Archives: January 2016

I’m Turning 2

I died two years ago today.  Yup.  Really.  My body didn’t die, but my life as I knew it, my personality, my goals and dreams, my daily ability to function and work all ended on January 25, 2014.  It just … Continue reading

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

I awake to a world full of possibilities.  The darkness of the night has just begun to lighten, and I stretch in satisfaction as my alarm starts playing Everything I Need by Melissa Ferrick.  The music is pleasant background noise … Continue reading

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Comforting Darkness

I breath in relief as I turn off the last light.  I spend all day, every day, in brightness.  It is easy to forget the relief that the dark brings.  A love of darkness is something I have cultivated since my … Continue reading

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Priorities

Since my head injury, I have been a boat without a rudder – floating here or there based on the pressures of the moment, my overall path dictated by underlying forces that I have had no way to comprehend, let … Continue reading

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A Journey Towards Choice

Everyone has a story.  Often, if you really listen to someone talk, it isn’t too difficult to figure out the story they are telling themselves, telling you, telling the world every moment of every day. For me, the easiest to … Continue reading

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