To a Politically-Torn World

In the past year, it seems like the world has become more polarized with itself. Even within families, differences have spread into insurmountable gaps that seem impossible to cross. Whether it’s discourse over the COVID-vaccine, the 2020 political election, the attack of the Capital, racial justice, climate change, or any other number of “hot topics”, it seemsContinue reading “To a Politically-Torn World”

Breaking point

It’s to that point. You know what that point is for you. Some of us have been stuck at home for several weeks… Maybe the house feels crowded or maybe it feels lonely. Maybe we miss our friends. Our “normal” routines. Our “normal” lives. I’ve seen countless memes on Facebook and Instagram about the quarantineContinue reading “Breaking point”