I am depressed. I have been feeling it for the last few months, but I figured as long as I was pumping out blog posts, then I was doing okay. I wasn’t really depressed, if I was still getting the work done, right? That’s what everyone says, and […]
Devon J Hall
Devon J Hall is a thirty-seven-year-old Writer and Author from Surrey, British Columbia by way of Calgary Alberta. She lives with three cats, one mother and is addicted to coffee, cigarettes, and weed, not necessarily in that order.
The Wildfires. One of the largest is happening in California, and was started by fireworks that were set off at a gender reveal party. The audacity of it is what I find offensive. That people make the choice on a regular basis not to care about their neighbors […]
Today I found myself setting a boundary, rather forcefully, and I feel better for having done it. I am so tired, physically, emotionally, spiritually exhausted of living my life, largely because of the isolation. That’s been the hardest part. It was easy the first few months, because I […]
This is the part of the film where everything is at stake for the main characters. The world is ending. Alien’s are on the way, the hero’s are down and out, and they’re genuinely sure they’re not going to survive. The entire theater is taking a collective breath […]
I have been thinking a lot about skin color recently. There is a lot of talk about the fact that light skinned Black people get more attention then dark skinned Black folk. There’s a picture of the super hero known as Storm floating around, and although she’s South […]