Advice from a Gremlin

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Personal Life

A Shortage of Silverware

So for those of you that do not know, I have Cystic Fibrosis, a chronic illness.  A severe disability like mine is not always understandable to the public eye, especially those that are around my age, 21 year olds going... Continue Reading →


Missed Opportunity

As fall rolls around, in bring the new season.  Sweater weather, pumpkin flavored everything, my birthday, and the inevitable holidays.  And with the holidays, the yearly reminder that I am still alone, and will remain that way for the foreseeable... Continue Reading →

Battle Scars

So as I hope you know by now, May is CF awareness month. Maybe you're new here. And I mean, it's not like Facebook made a profile frame or anything. But anyways, CF is a gross and dirty disease. There... Continue Reading →

Dating and Life

Songs: "Work Song" by Hozier, "Solo Dance" by Martin Jensen, and "Techically Single" by Tayler Buono Growing up, there was always a huge emphasis on being in a relationship/boys.  It was always "A boy wants a girl who looks and... Continue Reading →

High School Writings pt. 2

I believe that I wrote this for a class where we were preparing for college applications. This is the BS that I threw up on the page.  I even got a good grade on it   In any normal situation,... Continue Reading →


Here is the essay that I wrote for my honor's college application, in line with my high school writings My favorite word is one not used in everyday conversation.  It’s a word that is often misunderstood. Most of the time... Continue Reading →

High School Writings

Here are a few essays I did in high school, for projects or for colleges. I thought it might be interesting to look back and see how things have changed Essay 1: Everyone has a story. Some people come from... Continue Reading →

What is CF?

So on my About page, I said that I have Cystic Fibrosis. I'd be willing to bet that you have never heard of it.  It affects about 30,00 people in the United States and 70,000 worldwide.  It is a genetic... Continue Reading →

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