Monthly Archives: March 2014

Pretty Good.

I’m worrying about the future. It is a fruitless pursuit. Just let things be. It’s a tough thing to achieve, this letting of things. 200 posts on this blog. Quite a few. I bought melatonin pills for sleep, worked like … Continue reading

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Worries.

Chronic feelings of emptiness. This persists, despite the medication. The medication is all I have, at this junction. My mind isn’t working. I’m too scared to work on my non-fiction submission, because I know it isn’t very strong. It has … Continue reading

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Early Bird Rambles.

So I’m applying to the creative writing program at UBC. I hope I get in. I have I feeling that I really could. It is 6:42 AM and I haven’t slept a wink. Plan is to stay up all day … Continue reading

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Refill.

Trying to take responsibility for my own health. Correcting my sleep schedule. Eating meals, featuring produce. I slept four hours, and I need to wait until evening before I sleep again, or else I’ll waste the day. Have started writing … Continue reading

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Can’t.

Have I been posting weekly? I don’t feel like I have been. Only about a month and a half left in Toronto. Last night, I felt crazy again. It visited me, the madness, and swallowing pills was all I could … Continue reading

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Vitamins.

Listening to Michelle Branch. Loving it. I miss the early 2000’s. Life was simpler. Well, it was on the verge of collapsing. I feel alone. The insides stir. Something monstrous. This is difficult to survive. I have to buy meds. … Continue reading

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Not Now.

People want hope. We all need hope. But what happens when the only hope you have is that things will stay the same and not get worse? Does hope have to give you hope? Can hope just be a blunt … Continue reading

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