"When It's All Said & Done" is a personal essay on survivorship and I how I cope on days I feel powerless. This essay is a way for me to exhale and breath in anew. Trigger Warning: IPV and sexual assault.
In Learning How to Love, Chapter 6, Lola learns what a healthy love looks like with Mr. Money while struggling to let go of her complicated past with Mr. Right.
In 2017, my friends and I spent the night under the stars in Joshua Tree, high off psilocybin mushrooms. These are the photos and experiences of that trip.
Things I would tell my future kid if they end up loving an abusive man / Things I wish my mother would have told me.
With Mr. Right temporarily gone, Lola finally has a few moments to breath freely. She finally gets to know Mr. Money and learns that maybe she deserves more than a half-ass love.
Lola gives us a look into her past relationship with an abusive ex-partner and we learn how she met Mr. Money.
I am a follower of wandering lust More so a poet than a dove I am a poet of love I am a poet drunk on love Writing on pages to fill them up I am a heathen of love I am a poet who rides the bus A little more chill, than a fuss [...]
Lola finds herself building a friendship with Mr. Mariposa despite feeling very attracted to him.
Lola struggles with breaking up with her long-distance boyfriend and meets a cute and interesting younger guy.
Chapter One: Infidelity. Lola is torn between choosing to indulge in her bad habits or staying faithful to her current boyfriend. Will she choose the harder path, or rely on her pre-existing frameworks?