Author Archives: Justin
This tiny photo grid is just a small collection of photos I have taken during good times over the past few months.
(From top left Clockwise: An Old fashioned (homemade) on my patio table; Beautifully vivid caterpillar in the garden sitting upon the parsley; Ferris wheel at The Bamboozle in Asbury Park, New Jersey; A Sazerac at Plan B Burger Bar in Milford, CT; The library stacks and stain glass window at the Pequot Library in Southport, CT.
I realize that I have not posted a blog in over a year. I miss writing. I plan to get back into the swing of things very soon. This picture is me and my daughter Maya. She is 9 months old now and I am so in love with her. She will be my new motivation for writing. I don’t know if anyone still reads my blog but I am planning on bringing you new content soon.
Open me up and bleed me dry. I was waiting for something but nothing ever came. Tie me up and torture my senses. I hope I can give the answers that you need. I wait and wait and wait some more. Don’t give up on me. I wont give up on you.
Invisible Children may have passed their bill through congress but the war is not over yet. Attacks are becoming more aggressive and more deadly. This video highlights Tony. He overcame a very difficult time and became a mentor to others. Tony joined Invisible Children’s Face To Face Tour and spoke about growing up in a war-torn Village and what he had to go through in order to survive. Warning: This video is another tear jerker.
I’m an empty hole. Words fall and fail to meet a waiting ear. No light and no dark. I’m bleeding on the floor. I’m a vacuum, empty of matter. A sterile and lonely being. So deserted like a dusty toy on the shelf with dead batteries. I’m the lack in your life. I’m the beginning of what you won’t start. I’m the end of what you can’t finish.