Anyone who has ever had pink eye knows how it works. You wake up one morning and your eye feels partially glued shut. The next morning it gets worse. All of a sudden your eye IS glued shut. Then it’s itchy. Then maybe it spreads to the other eye. Then you need some type of eye drops in order to make everything go back to normal.
One of the earliest memories I can remember is being at my grandparents’ house on my last day as a four-year-old. I was sitting on their chair and my grandpa was reminding me how that would be the last day of my life that I would ever be four years old. Continue reading →
I was born in Madison, Wisconsin. Then, for approximately 15 years of my life, I grew up within 15 miles of Green Bay, only to return to Madison for five years of school before finally moving out to San Francisco where I live today. Continue reading →
In my 27 years of life, my views on various aspects of the world, life, etc. have changed and evolved over time. In some instances, rather drastically. In others, not all that much. I suppose this is what happens over the course of one’s life.
One thing I used to always think of as ‘the norm’ is the whole idea of ‘people go to college, study to be something, go be that thing, become successful, make money, have a family, live happily ever after.’ Continue reading →