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By Chelscey Clayton (Guest Author) Take a road trip, they said. Use your move as an opportunity to explore, they said. Except that those people didn’t travel with 3 pets. Or if they did, I guarantee you none of those animals were cats. First, a little context: I have...
Adiós Chihuahua Ojo My mom’s dog died last week. I know, I know, but don’t worry – she still has my dad and her health. And she’s pretty young, so there’s that too. It’s interesting how much we rely on our pets: for friendship, protection, emotional support, and as great excuses...
  This is going to be a quickie blog post before I head out overnight to a grad school meet and greet, interview, all of the above day. I’ve learned a couple of things about myself this past week. One, I know nothing about musicians. I listen to music and really...
It’s awkward, it’s difficult, and it is hard to talk about sexual assault even when you live a life of openness. Victim isn’t an adjective I like to use in any context when describing myself. I prefer quirky, funny, kind, sincere – you get the idea. And I imagine that...