Eyes, soul, heart – 51/100

Her eyes, so piercing and inviting, soul, so wild and free heart, so open and willing. The depth both scares and draws, like a moth to flame dancing to possible death There's nothing to do but leap, jump that cliff, challenge gravity, defy the emptiness of failed connections. Thoughts, feelings, decisions feel seemingly recklessness until… Continue reading Eyes, soul, heart – 51/100

Too different, a little wild, then and now – 39/100

A guy once said he wouldn't date me because I was too different, a little wild. At the time, I was offended because I really really liked him - a lot. Like a lot lot. I could not understand what he saw, why he didn't see what I saw, or wanted to see. That we'd… Continue reading Too different, a little wild, then and now – 39/100

What my Lyft driver taught me about my parents

My Lyft driver from LAX to home was a middle-aged Korean man. I knew he was Korean because of the name displayed in the app but I still cautiously asked what his nationality was - in English at first. In his second language, he said Yes and fell into awkward silence. Middle-aged Korean men don't… Continue reading What my Lyft driver taught me about my parents

I answered a dating/relationship questionnaire – 91/100

A good friend I met in July - holla at Beth Derrick!! - recently asked her Facebook family for their thoughts and experience in dating/relationships. I wrote out my answers not realizing the entirety of it would be posted on her blog. Which meant I wrote as if only Beth was going to see it.… Continue reading I answered a dating/relationship questionnaire – 91/100

Why vulnerability is so expensive and worth it – 64/100

Sometimes male-female relationships are difficult. But they don't have to be. They can be difficult in the beginning when feeling out the other person, trying to understand the differences, understand that thereĀ are differences, and adjust, if you deem it worth it. I find that the hardest thing to do is be vulnerable. And I think… Continue reading Why vulnerability is so expensive and worth it – 64/100