Search

Advice from a Gremlin

The place to come for all your existential crisis needs

Category

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 →

Advertisements

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 →

Transcend

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 →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑