It’s been a long time since any posts. Since the last one, I visited so many countries, returned to the U.S., and now, I live in Thailand. I came back to America after my first trip and found a job at a lovely PR firm. Plenty of mentorship, support, free snacks and fun coworkers. After […]
I just booked a flight to Kosovo! Feels like, finally! My trip is coming together. It’s been about a month in Thailand, and I’m having a beautiful experience. I’ve been living in a small community of farangs (foreigners) in a village outside of Khon Kaen, Baan Muang Wan, which means “sweet mango”.
Exploring the world and experiencing new cultures has always been a dream for me. I remember making random noises to my mom, asking, “what language is that?” She laughed at me and told me that it “didn’t work that way.” I am still not convinced that it doesn’t.
Originally posted on Concerto Infinito:
A recent article in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle claims that classical music pumped into public areas is an effective deterrent of gatherings of loitering teens. According to the article, “Classical music is intellectual music, more challenging than other genres and teens just don’t like it.” It’s nice that classical music…
According to Brené Brown, author of Daring Greatly and other inspirational works discussed shame and vulnerability in her works. These are trials of humanity. The possible outcomes vary between self-destruction and courageous, wholehearted existence. The drop of blood in the photos to follow had neighbors that I wiped away thoughtlessly. This one goes out to […]