Category Archive: tidbits

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teedbits; disclaimer: a lot of lamenting, “why”-ing (or perhaps more accurately, complaining), and processing [anxiety] It’s fascinating how anxiety affects the body. I have a sense of what triggers me (emotional turmoil and… Continue reading

espoir

meh. writing is hard, especially when you want to come off as put together, well thought out, cohesive, and coherent. but lately, my thoughts have been a blur of “AKJHsdfeSDFgjhakdKJHLKS” and “…..” so… Continue reading

fin.

teedbits: [0] I downloaded the “Day One” journaling app years ago before it became a paid app and I’ve used it over the years to type prayers out when I am too distracted… Continue reading

hope

teedbits; [0] Depression feels like a gaping black hole in the middle of your chest. Something akin to a vacuum. You try to fill it up with things but it never fills up fast… Continue reading

a blog post for my own sanity and a prayer for my weary soul; incoherent and scattered teedbits [0] I must repeat constantly to myself: it is okay to not be happy. Nehemiah… Continue reading

Z

teedbit/word vomit/sleep deprivation I was introduced to Zhiping by a mutual friend. She was moving to Philly after graduation and needed help finding a roommate. It just so happened that I was moving… Continue reading

C

3am teedbits because sleep always eludes me when I most need it. [0] I give up on sleeping and prop myself up on my elbows (Claudia throws up her hands and sighs cutely… Continue reading

Boston

teedbits: [Jinsol] grabs her DSLR and ushers Jeary into a spot in front of her; she takes several photos of him with the Charles river as a beautiful backdrop, reassuring him that no… Continue reading

color

scattered, long-winded teedbits deconstructing my vast array of insecurities and sinful timidities and the glorious redeeming grace of Jesus amidst all of it because I miss writing so freely like this: [graydient] I… Continue reading

Ebb

teedbits: [ 3.4.2018 | warmth ] I’m poking fun at David when Luke passes us by and puts a hand to both our backs in a quick greeting. “Are you guys coming?” he… Continue reading