Monthly Archives: June 2010
I keep reading horror stories from the gulf. Over 82 million gallons of oil spilled into the gulf. Livelihoods destroyed. Death tolls are staggering. 11 people dead. 432 sea turtles dead. 50 dolphins dead. Countless sea birds and fish dead. … Continue reading
I just cleaned out my desk. It’s really happening, guys. My last day at the American Red Cross is tomorrow. A week from now, I head back east for our end of service festivities. I can’t believe it. AmeriCorps has … Continue reading
Hot in the OK. Shut all the doors and windows, and blast the AC. I’m still dreaming of this storm from a week ago. It brought such relief. Show us some mercy, Oklahoma winds and rains. We just won’t make … Continue reading
June’s pretty much over. AmeriCorps service is winding down. In two weeks, I’m heading back east. In four weeks, I move. In six weeks, classes start. Holy cow, dude. I’m so ready. I’ve never been more ready. Just not yet. … Continue reading
I’ve never been more proud. p.s. Yo, Goucher… where’s my graduation hat?
It’s really summertime here in Oklahoma. It’s been over 90 every day this week. I love it. But of course, for those still enjoying school, summer can’t come soon enough. I was walking Neko this afternoon and overheard the following … Continue reading
Take a moment to watch this video! I’m in it… and it’s about my AmeriCorps team!! Also, feel free to share with your friends and register to rate it! National AIDS Fund AmeriCorps Team Tulsa Now back to our regularly … Continue reading
Tonight, I enjoyed my balcony garden’s first harvest. A couple cherry tomatoes, nasturtiums, basil, spinach and a couple kinds of lettuce… They made their way onto one of the best tomato sandwiches this girl has ever had.
I was fine. I was in recovery. I was moving forward. And then she sent me a message. Now, I’m stopped cold in my tracks. I don’t know what to think. I don’t know what to feel anymore. I’m at … Continue reading