Monthly Archives: March 2018

Smelling with eyes

People say the Bradford Pear Tree smells like fish. I’ve been cutting grass and mistaken their scent for wild mushrooms after they’ve been mowed. Both are actually compliments compared to claims this tree smells like woman parts that haven’t been … Continue reading

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easier to stay away

When I moved to North Carolina, there was no way I was going to stay. I’d finish college and return to Western New York – which would always be home. These intentions were only solidified after two years in the … Continue reading

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Among the fears

Among the fears I have for my son, one of the greatest is that he’ll limit himself to gender stereotypes. I DO NOT WORRY about this with my daughter. She spent the majority of the years in which these are traditionally ingrained being … Continue reading

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