Writing from somewhere over the Middle East I’ve always loved flying. For some reason, the whole airport-hating, fear-of-turbulence gene must have skipped me, and I ended up as the kind of person who will gladly sign up for 40 hours of travel time and long-haul flights if it means a cool layover. There’s something amazing … Continue reading Screw the plan. The world has something better in mind.
Writing from 3.387° S, 36.683° E All my life, I’ve heard stories about myself as a kid. I was strong-willed, competitive, and Type A to the extreme. I argued like a lawyer, cried when I lost at anything, and was constantly stressed about schoolwork and extracurriculars. I am infamous in my family for the story … Continue reading No “Normal” Days
Writing from 3.387° S, 36.683° E You know that old saying “from dust to dust” that people usually use to talk about the circle of life? I’ve developed a new take on that: “from dusty to dustier.” Each day I move between levels of dustiness, from moderately dusty (immediately after showering) to the more common … Continue reading From Dusty to Dustier