About Kayla

Dontae hasn’t been doing too well lately; today he was in better spirits. We talked most of the morning and watched “White God.” It was a decent movie. It was on Shudder so I anticipated it having some horror element to it and I don’t think it really carried that. Regardless, it was still good. […]

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My History with Self-Harm

Before reading, I hate “trigger warnings” but I do include a picture of some scars on my left wrist just for a slight visual representation. That will be at the bottom of the post. The earliest memory I have of self-harming was around the age of 11. I took a razor and lightly cut across […]

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A Walk Through The Abyss

A dream I had this morning.   I got a job at this wilderness facility in some other country. It was comprised of every biome – deserts, snowcapped mountains, forests, plains. There were several groups of about 5 or 6. We were riding on these bison up this hill towards the outpost I was going […]

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Beachgrass Paint

Last Tuesday I had my monthly doctor appointment in Austin. I usually wake up at 4 or 5 am to beat the traffic as by 6:30 or 7 it becomes stop-go for several miles. My doctor and I talked about increasing the dosage of the latest medication I started taking – quetiapine. We went from […]

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Her Name Was Mystery

Well, no. It was actually Destiny. This takes place when I was in 10/11th grade (roughly 9 years ago). She was a year older than me. Her hair half blonde/brown hair was cut at her shoulders. She had blue eyes. Her smile did a slight curl and those lips were always glossy. I was in […]

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Welcome, Lonely People

This is the title of one of my favorite songs. It’s from an anime called “Welcome to the N.H.K.” I think I’ve written about it or mentioned it at some point. Basically, a guy who realizes his life is shit and he meets a girl he becomes infatuated with. Through happenstance, the two of them […]

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