It's time for a re-post. From Saturday, January 21, 2017 to early Monday, January 23, 2017 a storm system with about 5 waves of severe weather ravaged the Deep South. In Albany we experienced another set of, equally destructive, yet totally different, storms. Even more citizens are left with nothing, and some lost the most precious gift of all: their lives.
On Monday evening, January 2, 2017, around 10:00pm EST, a storm system came from Alabama through southwest Georgia. The height of the event lasted around 30 minutes, with folks who were awake huddling in closets and bathrooms riding out tornado warnings. That storm, regardless of how it's been classified, ripped through the heart of Albany, … Continue reading Lift every voice and…?
Grad school purgatory, as I've decided to call it, is rough. It's that time many of us experience between our defense and our final draft of our thesis or dissertation, where most of the pressure is off, but you're still not in the clear. Your defense is arguably the most stressful moment of graduate school: … Continue reading Might as Well: overcoming grad school purgatory
This is my final summer working in middle Georgia with the bear project, and my final summer as a graduate student. In 2013, I wrote a blog about coming here; much of my sentiments could be reversed in this post. This is my fourth summer here, and I could fill a book with everything I … Continue reading A Long Goodbye
Beloved,There are times I wish that I didn't love so much. There are times I wish it were easier to separate myself from the joy, hurt, heartbreak, fear, hope. Yes, there are many times I am grumpy, unapproachable, and rude. There are times when I do not want to interact with other humans, regardless of … Continue reading Love Letter(s) to the World
I consider myself to be a pretty calm individual. It takes a lot to get me angry to the point of getting into a fight with another individual. In fact, I can probably count on my hands the number of knock-down-drag-out fights I've had in my life. However, that doesn't mean I have no opinions, … Continue reading Disagreement *Should* Not Presume Disdain