Our hearts are breaking, it’s not hard to see. For what is united to you, may not be united to me. When we start disregarding the love of our Land, That we built up and fought for, hand over hand. When we take a symbol and downplay it’s meaning. We put in a box and … More When United Becomes Divided
Being 14 hours ahead of my family in Ohio, I got the unique experience of celebrating New Years twice. For my Okinawa New Years I had the honor of going to a Filipino party. The American friend (me) was invited by her Spaniard friend, who was invited by her Filipino friend. Sounds like a start of a … More Celebrating New Years Twice
As I See: What are you? I am a black and white, soon to be 32 year old women. So you’re a color? Well, I guess that’s not what/who I am, but I feel like that’s how others see me. If you had to choose a color which one would you choose? Why would I … More If I Were Blind, Would I See?