Broken glass. Toothpicks. Safety razors. Syringes. I am freaked out by these things in equal measure, along with most other sharp objects. On the surface, my reticence around pointy stuff … Continue reading Sharp Objects
Definitions and explanations of the neurological phenomenon synaesthesia.
What a pleasure it has been over the past few years moderating the Facebook Mirror-Touch Synesthesia page. In committing to this project, I’ve found the loveliest opportunities to create MTS … Continue reading Some Sort of Trinity
My “B” isn’t blue, nor is my “W“ white I made a mistake at work this week, one that was bound to happen. Among my new massage therapy clients in … Continue reading Brown and White are Red
Original photograph by Valentina Sadiul, photo manipulation by CC Hart Imagine for a moment that you have a friend or family member who is hospitalized. This person has been through … Continue reading It’s Shocking