There was this time, at the Red Roof Inn, where I felt like I would die if he didn’t touch me right then. It stands out as one of the hottest moments in my entire life. The anticipation of his touch literally hurt, but in the best way possible.

This night was a very good night. I so cherish our Friday nights.

I introduced D to an old favorite of mine: the movie Unfaithful. It’s weird to see it again on the other side of our own affair. A lot of it is shockingly on point.

It’s also weird to know that what we did was wrong, but also know that we would make the same decision again always and forever.

August blog challenge: day 17

How do you feel about school? What were your favorite subjects as a kid? 

I think it goes without saying that I believe education to be of the utmost importance. So many issues in our society could be fixed by ensuring that everyone is given a proper educational foundation.

I have a law degree, so I went to school for a long time. For the most part, I loved being in school. I love learning. I graduated high school with honors. I went on to university and received a BA in English. I then went to law school where I received my Juris Doctorate. I’ve considered doing an online program for an LLM in tax, but I just don’t have the time.

As a kid, my favorite subject by far was english/language arts. I have always excelled in that area. I also enjoyed geography and history. I was never a huge math and science fan, though I did like chemistry a lot more than the other sciences.


it’s alarming…

just how many people around me seem to be consumed by bitterness.

It’s such an ugly place to be, and it makes me sad for them.

It also makes me grateful for the little happy bubble I’ve managed to build around myself.  I have to work harder not to allow others to penetrate the bubble. The bubble is sacred.