Supergirl, and Why It’s The Best Decision CBS Has Made in Years.

Sorry, Stephen Colbert, I adore you to the moon and back- but I think we both agree that nothing on The Late Show can top the raw emotion I felt while watching the Supergirl premiere. I don’t think I’ve teared up that quickly while watching tv, ever. It felt like there was finally a show that was 100% made for me, and I love it. I still can’t get over how great the revamp of her suit looks on screen. 10 seasons please, CBS. Read More

What I listen to While Writing.

I’m a huge fan of movie, and television scores- partially because I’ve played the clarinet for about 9 years, and partially because they harbor some of the most thought provoking melodies I’ve ever heard. Below are a just a few of the soundtracks I enjoy listening to when I need some background music. (They also tend to be some of my favourite movies/shows to watch). Read More

Friday Fantastic Flash with Bri Ollre and Jane Dougherty

Picked the perfect place to finally post some of my writing. Thank you so much, Ali!

Source: Friday Fantastic Flash with Bri Ollre and Jane Dougherty

How Oscar Wilde saved my Life.


I’d like to say that his statue came to life, and carried me to safety after nearly drowning in a pond- but it’s much simpler, and far less fanciful, than that. Oscar Wilde’s words, whether they were the fairy tales that seemed strangely familiar, or the poetry that cut deeper than any knife could, they managed to change my whole way of thinking. Read More

The Five Stages of Grief After Studying Abroad.

There’s nothing more sobering than returning to reality after living in a different part of the world. Especially if your reality is anything like the dry, desolate, city of Lubbock, Texas. Listed below are the five stages of grief college students go through after returning from a semester abroad. Read More