So, I survived my birthday (somehow)

Watching older (and quite honestly) better made films can soothe the spirt

For those who take the time to read my posts (for which I am ever so grateful for, and “thank you” again) I have not exactly been hiding my struggles lately.

And, I think I do that for two reasons, actually: (1) because it helps me to write about it all and (2) I would like to believe that perhaps by writing about my own struggles that perhaps it will help someone else — just to know that they are not alone — that as John Donne once wrote: “No man (or in this case…

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Former Ballet Dancer. Ex Goth Girl. Wanna be Writer.

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