Chapter Three: Brunch

I woke the next morning to quite a mess. Wine glasses were scattered on almost every surface, there were a few bottles sitting next to the couch, the forgotten popcorn was left on the coffee table for Swanson to knock over, and my mom was no where in site. I couldn’t believe what I walked … Continue reading Chapter Three: Brunch

Writing as a Metaphor

Writing is an art.  As Lakoff and Johnson state in Metaphors We  Live By, life, in general, is a concept. It’s a concept that we cannot understand because it is not obvious (Lakoff). However, it’s up to us on how we choose to live that concept. Sure, it’s easy to dissect and evaluate your own life, … Continue reading Writing as a Metaphor