The COVID Diaries: Discombobulated

Word of the day: discombobulated. I love this word. It sounds as confusing as it is meant to sound, which sounds confusing. Even just reading the word makes my brain think, "huh?" Today I went for what seems to be my new normal afternoon walk around Vancouver. I'm working from home now, but today was … Continue reading The COVID Diaries: Discombobulated



This piece is not a work of fiction. It's a true depiction of a scary experience I had when I was 18 years old and traveling around Europe with my friend, Genevieve. All these years later I was finally able to unpack it a bit and realize the impact it has had on me. It's … Continue reading Scared

Short Story: It’s never too late

Short story writing challenge #3 — It's Never Too Late The five words that were randomly generated for me to use are: vehicle, accompany, suit, raw, performance Lainey looked at herself in the obscenely bright mirror one last time and her trembling fingers traced the lines around her eyes with an invisible eraser. Her face looked older, her eyes slightly less … Continue reading Short Story: It’s never too late