Category Archives: The US

Day and Night

Currently, the song that receives the most plays on my iPod is Kid Cudi’s ‘Day and Night.’ For me, you can always tell a period in my life by a song. When I was dumped by my last partner, Nina … Continue reading

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Empire State of Snow

Clearly my attempt to fix my blog dilemma didn’t work. Well, it was a shot, and now as I have begun to travel again, I have found myself with plenty of things to say. It’s funny how things work like … Continue reading

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Rediscovery v1: the queue

I have had a blog dilemma lately. About 75% of this dilemma is a lack of time to write the long, thoughtful posts that were characteristic of my past year in Morocco. About 20% is that this was originally a … Continue reading

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Sweet Tea and Sunshine

Tell me what you think of when you hear ‘the South.’ I suppose you recall of the war for state’s rights. I would wager you think only of red states. Do you think of fried chicken and ‘good ole country … Continue reading

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Being a foreigner in your own country

I did it. I moved from Rabat, Morocco to Atlanta, GA and from Atlanta, GA to Somerville, MA. Safe to say, I’m exhausted. I could sleep for a week and be a very happy person. At times, I feel like … Continue reading

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Oh Atlanta, I hear you calling….

I spent five weeks in the US with my family. It’s funny because over that time there would have been great things to blog about, like seeing a large portion of my family that I haven’t seen in years, like … Continue reading

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