After 6 years, my tinnitus is gone. So, naturally, I had to write about it.
Hi, writing. It’s me, Cheyenne. I know it’s been a long time since we last got together. Months, even. We tried to meet up in August to discuss how I feel like I’m wasting my money by keeping this website online, but we both had some stuff came up. Well, ok, it was really just
Kehlani announced that she was pregnant last week and the world is a brighter place because of it. 2019 is really about to see the most magical, astrologically perfect, musically gifted, wokest, multiracial lil brown baby ever. And between the words of praise and celebration, some of the world went a little crazy because isn’t
Today I completed my sixth week of my new job in Oakland. This month also marks two years that I’ve lived in California. It’s really no surprise that two milestones happened upon the same time, seeing as things in my life have a knack for compounding and exploding all at once with the intention to
Birds of a feather flock together. From a young age, parents and mentors tell us to be mindful of the company we keep, that we should be careful who we make friends with because they’re a reflection of us.
I’m typing this with my left hand; my right is out of commission. The story is a long one, a lengthy tale full of adventure, sorrow, and children’s movies.
Hello! Happy Halloween! I’ve been thinking about death and dying a lot lately. So, naturally, Halloweentime is the perfect time to write and publish this post.
Today is my birthday! As of today, I am a quarter of a century old. A lot of stuff has happened in the past 25 years, and I wanted to share it with you, and me. I wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted to write, but I wanted to make it special and poignant; it
Having depression is not feeling sad all the time.
I miss you.