For my Issues in Diversity class, I had to come up with a “Changemaker” presentation. So wherever you have a bias, you participate in an event and interview the type of person you have a bias against. I chose to do the over-weight population. In the middle of my ED, I used a lot of… Read More Death.
It’s you who always tells me I’ve gone wrong. That weight gain is MY fault, but it’s YOURS. You’ve made me cry more tears in one year than I could have imagined. You always tell me I might as well die. You say there is no more hope for me now. You sneaked into my life, introduced yourself through… Read More Dear Ed,
I wake up feeling rested. My sleeping has improved quite a bit. I have my cup of Joe, but don’t feel like eating yet. I start getting ready, brushing my hair. I “body-check” my back. Ed screams, “Back rolls! You’ve got back rolls, you’ve NEVER had back rolls!” I panic. I lose it just a… Read More Ed Attack.
If you give a mouse a cookie or, You choose to leave a cult- Be careful cuz ‘You’re Crazy‘ ‘You’ve fallen’ & ‘You’re cold’ …Or, maybe ‘You’re just lazy.’ You dare once ask a question, Soon they’ll start asking you: “Who do you think you are?” Who me? Who are you talking to? “What do you… Read More If You Choose To Leave A Cult- my little poem
I am a receptionist. Not forever, but now. I learned a valuable lesson just a few days ago. I proceed to share: This past week, I needed to make a medical appointment. It was urgent- very urgent, or so I felt. I called my usual clinic first. The receptionist was quick to let me know… Read More Receptionism.