Author Archives: nicholetubbs

About nicholetubbs

Life is a beautiful journey.

Dwelling in the World

I feel refreshed. The wind was blowing up against my face – I didn’t mind. The trickles of rain felt comforting. Every thing around me was in its place. The birds were loud with song, the trees were swaying and … Continue reading

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I seek permanence everyday. I like security, I like being sure with myself, and with my world. I feel since class has begun I have accepted that nothing in this world is permanent. I feel as I have learned to … Continue reading

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Late Night

The thoughts cloud my mind. Simple tasks over-power what I need to do, what I have to accomplish. The stress rolls around my body and takes my hand. I am an easily stressed person, especially since I have tendencies to … Continue reading

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The Importance…

“Sloooooow dowwwnnn”. I really feel like that’s what cursive forces me to do – slow down. I reflect on my life a lot, and how fast it has gone by. Everyday seems long, the months seem long, and then when they … Continue reading

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Challenge accepted – and then, DENIED!

I cringe every time I think about it. The thought weighs heavy: “Do I really want to do this?” It’s always in the back of my mind looming. On my list of important things to accomplish in my life, finishing … Continue reading

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I have learned to be calm. Before this class and before I did a lot of soul searching, I was a very angry, bitter person. I wasn’t always like this, and it took a lot of back stabbing and broken … Continue reading

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emptiness is the first word that comes to mind when i saw the exhibit. detroit is emptying, and so where all of the photographs. instantly, i felt a sense of isolation – almost depressing. i realized that i could relate … Continue reading

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