Windows in the Dark

You know that feeling when you’re a little kid and you need to use the restroom in the middle of the night, so you slink down the unlit hallway or stairs and through the still and quiet house, trying to avoid looking out of too many open windows for fear of what you’ll find staring … Continue reading Windows in the Dark

To Trust (the great societal “you”)

I am not supposed to trust you. I am not supposed to trust that you won't throw me under the bus, or slam the door in my face, or whisper my secrets into unfriendly ears. I am not to speak with you as though I believe in you. I am not supposed to think the … Continue reading To Trust (the great societal “you”)