Amnesty, abortion, and acid. The year 2015 looks a lot like 1972.
It’s perplexing how fast our lives can change course, causing us to reexamine things we thought were set in stone.
I remember my first beer. I think we all do. We all had to hide it from our parents because we were “too young.” So, we snuck out late at night or said we were “going to a friends house.” Why? It was exciting, we wanted to taste it on our lips and we wanted to feel the fire. Beer is more like a relationship and a breakup then you think.
The sequence of unfortunate events had me at my wits end. At this point, I was waiting for that one final completely ridiculous unimportant thing that would throw me into tears.
After all, the state motto is “Smiling faces, beautiful places.”
It took me a long time, probably too long, to realize that.
17. Forgive but never forget.
Like us, this city is young and with infancy comes many shortcomings and uncertainties.
I believe cities are like life cycles.
Today’s young people are the first generation that has never known a world without HIV and AIDS.