Trabajadora

Written by Angela Hatcher Today, the line is especially slow in Boulangerie to “build your own salad.” I wait patiently, staring absentmindedly at my scuffed up shoes, but my solace is interrupted by a cackle. The girls in front of me are giggling and pointing to the salad bar with long, manicured fingers. I glance… Read More Trabajadora

Death by Baby Fever: Confessions of a Millennial Who Can’t Wait to be a Mom

Written by Victoria Slater  I remember when it was cool to want to be a mom. When one of my proudest achievements was getting the babysitter certification patch on my Girl Scouts vest. When in elementary school, my friends and I fought over who got to name their daughter Hermione. When I thought the ideal… Read More Death by Baby Fever: Confessions of a Millennial Who Can’t Wait to be a Mom

The Trinity

Written by Angela Hatcher She kept stumbling. Her feet didn’t seem to function properly in those red stilletos; she looked like a baby giraffe learning how to walk for the first time. Combine that with two trashcans, three shots of vodka, and a screwdriver–high heels were beginning to look like a bad choice. For every… Read More The Trinity