• Huntingtons Disease
  • After the Darkest Night

    My mother cried today. It seems as though I am looking straight into the mirror every time her tear-stained eyes peer into mine while she sobs into my lap. I have begun to grow more and more familiar with the depths of sadness that she suffers from. It’s always a type of sadness that she cannot form […]

  • Huntingtons Disease
  • No Name: Chapter One

    I’ve been trying to find a name for myself, and it seems that the further I dig into “who I really am,” the more unfamiliar I become, failing to even recognize my own image in the quick passing of a reflection. Ironically, most of this extra downtime has been spent on an almost (if not wholly) narcissistic […]

  • Huntingtons Disease
  • My Deceleration of Dependence

    I’ve always lived by the phrase, “Modest it hottest,” yet a this is a picture of me: naked, vulnerable, and dependent. Anyone who is close to me knows that I am terribly prideful. I don’t want anyone’s help. I can do everything on my own. I might be sick, but I’ll be damned if anyone I love has […]

  • Music
  • Winter Woe, part 2

    Follow along: “I’ve seen you before Won’t you shine A little light” “Spent some time just thinking ’bout days of joy” “Jump from the book, You’re not obliged to swallow anything you despise” “Raise your right hand Tell me you want me in your life Or raise your red flag Just when I want you […]

  • Huntingtons Disease
  • Testing

    It’s raining today. Normally I would love the rain, but today it’s only in my head. The skies are clear and the sun is peeking out through patterned, white clouds over a perfect 75 degree morning. I can’t see it today though. Instead, I’m racing through the puddles in my mind while the rain keeps pouring, beating down hard […]