Leaving is the Hardest Part

Today my grandmother told me that every time I tell the doggie I’m leaving (because I am the type of person who speaks to her dog), it makes her sad. And honestly, I didn’t have a response to that. Because leaving is always the hardest part. Just to make it less confusing, I came to […]

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2019 Recap…

Since its the last day of 2019, I thought it was a good idea to recap the year. Last year on New Years Eve, I did that in my journal and I enjoyed having to reflect on the past year – the good, the bad, the okay and the funny. I still plan on doing […]

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I'll Always Remember You…

Growing up, one of the tv shows I was obsessed with was Hannah Montana. I loved the tv show, the songs, Miley Cyrus. And it makes sense. I’m a Gen Z girl who had the good Disney and Nick shows, not what plays now. A while ago I was scrolling through Instagram, and I came […]

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone. Enjoy the time with family and friends, the excuse to eat as bad as you want, the gifts you got and all the traditions that have been in your family And if you don’t celebrate it, well hope you have a good Wednesday. I know that its been […]

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I’m Struggling…

Tonight, as I started writing in my journal, I only got through one sentence before starting to cry. All it said was Its been 5 months since Brian died. After that, I couldn’t continue with my thoughts. I planned to talked about my day. Just babble about useless things, not how I actually feel. And […]

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August TV Favourites

A scene is about to be filmed

Still can’t understand how August went by so quickly. I felt like I did nothing productive except binge watch some tv shows. At least that did not disappoint me. Vampire Diaries (2009) – Season 7 Summary: Vampires and all things supernatural lie in a in a town called Mystic Falls. I finished watching this series […]

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Three Score and Ten

I remember growing up and hearing that if you were to live till 70 years old, you’re lucky. It was called three score and ten, which added up to 70. I believe it’s a Christian thing since it came from the Bible, but I’m not a pro at that so don’t quote me. And in […]

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Calling Canada Home

A key in an opened door

When I moved to Canada three years ago, little did I know that it would have become my second home. I was born and raised in St. Lucia, living there for 19 years. That is what I called home for all those years and I never once thought that another place would have been able […]

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Anxiety Attack at the Airport

I am happy to say that I made it to Canada safely and that my flight was good. Unfortunately, I had an anxiety attack at the airport, in a public space and it did not go away very easily/at all. Anxiety may not be able to kill you, but it can definitely fuck with you. […]

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Saying Goodbye

Its such a bitter sweet feeling saying goodbye. In some ways I am excited to get back to Canada, and whatever that awaits, which I hope is good. But the other part of me is fucking terrified and sad to leave because this is my home. I am leaving behind my family and C and […]

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