I am at a boba shop, curled into the corner, taro boba and book by my side. I am reading Fruit of the Drunken Tree by Ingrid Rojas Contreras and finding comfort in the italicized Spanish and descriptions of Colombia. It reminds me of the books I read by Dominican writers, when they’d mix two … More Dear diary,
Just as we are likely to cover the same ground, we encounter the same people we’ve known in past incarnations. […] How this works, I do not know. But I do know that souls come together again to complete unfinished business or to renew bonds of love. Most of us have had the experience, when … More Hello. I love you. Good-bye.
He took me to see a play. An interactive play, a wild play, a play where audience-goers could munch on fudge sundaes and toss popcorn whenever. Wherever! At whomever. In all the time I’ve been here, I never knew such a scene existed. Plays were overpriced, heavy, weighty, nursed in fat auditoriums of Friday night … More 🙂