Tag Archives: Funny

Romanticized and Overeager

I’m back in Utah. I have been for a while now. Have you noticed that I tend to romanticize everything? Even a regular cup of joe. I think I may have romanticized this place into some mystical, magical life. If … Continue reading

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From the Other Side of the Counter

From the other side of the counter there is so much to be seen, but so little to be understood. I have been out of the country for the past 18 months. The country in which I found myself hardly … Continue reading

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Calm Tea. INEEDYOU.

My thoughts float around me like snowflakes hesitant to land. Melting, melting, crying as they do. Bubbles bursting too soon, and I’m not capable of grasping them. I’m trying. I am. I’m aching to be thorough and clear. I don’t … Continue reading

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Wrinkled Smile Eyes

There are some faces that stick out the first time you see them. There are some smiles that will catch your heart each morning. There are some drinks you’ll never forget. The first time I saw him he ordered two … Continue reading

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Grande latte, decaf, whole milk, please?

It’s been said, by someone that is more known than me that there are two people you don’t mess with in this world: One–the guy who works on your car; this is reasonable. Any clever being would know that a … Continue reading

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