“Tell me, how does it feel to see your mother?”, he said.
I was confused. I blinked twice before simply spitting out the word, “What?”
“Tell me how it feels to see your mother,” he repeated. Yes, I had heard the question correctly and yes, he was honestly waiting for an answer. Continue reading “The Things We Take for Granted”
Two weeks ago I went to my college’s homecoming. Decked out in our school colors and packing as much school pride as possible, alums and current students flocked to campus to cheer on our team and revisit their college experience, if only for a weekend.
Some people have said that college was the best four years of their life. I’m only five months out, but I would like to believe that isn’t true. I would hope that things just keep getting better from here. Continue reading “Homecoming Means Coming Home”