“I couldn’t tell you when it started. I didn’t wake up one morning hating my life. I can still remember being a kid without a care in the world. I don’t know when I grew up. It’s like the process is all a blur and now I’m stuck in a body of someone who’s supposed…Read more therapy
What I learned from quitting school.
The road is lit in pieces. Sunlight shines through the trees above Adeline, broken as the light filters through the branches covered in bright green leaves. This summer has been hot, but in the shade Adeline does not feel uncomfortable. The road she is walking down will lead her home, where she does not want…Read more The Perfect Blue House
Her left-hand slips as she hoists herself up, causing her to land on her right elbow. If anyone is clumsier than she is, she’d love to meet them. In the last twenty-four hours she has slipped, tripped, or knocked something over probably a dozen times. Her boyfriend calls her Grace, a horrible nickname he probably…Read more Baker’s Dozen