Thanksgiving Letters

In the fifth and sixth grade, I was gifted with a teacher who challenged me in my writing for the first time. Up to that point, I had only ever received praise from teachers who were impressed with accelerated writing skills. That’s what happens when you start keeping a journal and writing stories on your …

Weird, Not Weird.

My friend and fellow yogi, Alyssa, has a phrase she uses to describe the endless coincidences and connections that surround her life. She says things are “weird, not weird.” You know when people say, “sorry, not sorry?” They’re acknowledging that socially it’s probably the right thing to be “sorry” and yet they are not.