Writing is like going to the gym; you stop for a couple of weeks and next thing you know you’ve been on the couch for months, about a thousand Netflix…Read more
I could have done without the last few months, really. Luckily, I don’t feel crappy anymore. It turns out that time does make everything better. Time and wine. Mostly wine. Oh,…Read more
The winter in Boise has turned out to be one of the toughest in recent history. According to the Weather Service, last month was the sixth coldest December since record-keeping began in…Read more
As luck would have it, the first featured post from a collaborator came from a Basque in Boise. I’ve never had any of my articles translated into another language, so this is very exciting.
I wrote Tougher Than The Rest a few months back, while I was going through hard times. Reading other people’s heartbreak stories helped me cope, so I thought that perhaps mine would someday make someone else feel better.
I’d like to thank Kaixomaitia.eus for taking the time to translate the post into Basque and make it sound way better than the original.
Here you have it: Besteak baino gogorragoa.
His hands. That’s what she remembers the most when she thinks about that day. If she had to picture the ideal date, this would be it. Apart from dinner, when they sat facing…Read more
I can finally feel my old self pushing through, determined and ready to come out of this dark and agonizing place where it’s been stuck for the last few months. I’m just now starting to enjoy my…Read more
I thought I understood when my friends would tell me about their love stories gone wrong. I thought I could relate to their broken hearts because after all, I divorced the…Read more