The Night Before a Depressed Christmas

  'Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro' my mind Not an emotion was stirring, not even one kind; The stockings were hung by the chimney without care, With little hope that St. Nicholas soon would be there; I wished to be nestled all snug in my bed, But visions of disappointments danc'd in... Continue Reading →

Your Own Worst Enemy: Thoughts on the Suicide of Robin Williams

  I know what it’s like to want to die. I know what it’s like to be depressed. I know what it’s like for everyone to look at you and say “But how can you be depressed? You’re so happy and funny and have so much going for you!” So I feel comfortable saying that... Continue Reading →

Soul vs. Body: Thoughts on David Levithan’s “Every Day”

  I recently finished a very thought-provoking young adult novel by David Levithan called “Every Day.”  It’s about a person named “A” who has no body of his own and every day for as long as he can remember he wakes up in the body of another person, has access to their memories, and must... Continue Reading →

Imagining Happenings: An Introduction

Welcome to Kaitlyn’s brain! Grab some pop, sit back, and enjoy the show! I have loved the idea of imagination for as long as I can remember. How the human mind can dream up the most fantastical things in just a few moments. And although I’ve grown older and witnessed the withering of imagination from... Continue Reading →

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