Somewhat of a Memoir, ONE: New Years Eve Tears

This story is… FOREVER UNTITLED AND      PERPETUALLY UNFINISHED SOMEWHAT OF A MEMOIR BY ASHLINN PARSONS NEW YEAR’S EVE TEARS are a real thing that I’m going to bottle then mix with essential oils and some beeswax turning the mixture into a candle that I can burn to light and have a seance to vow and... Continue Reading →

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION My ultimate hope in putting this out into the world is that someone will love these words and this fractionned, fraction-of a story in a way that I haven’t quite figured out how to yet. This is by no means an exhaustive account of my thirty years of life and experiences. Some of the... Continue Reading →

An Ode To Plea

I want to capture every meaningful thought I have ever had. I want to immortalize my life in bodies of writing complete with beauty marks and scars and physical defining features that make my life so defiantly mine. I want to contemplate why I haven't yet gotten any tattoos even though my life has had... Continue Reading →

A Sleepless Night

It's 4:37 AM right now and I'm still awake. Caffeine has a half life of 6 hours and I broke my rule of not having coffee after 2:00 PM because I was headed to the last night of the fireworks competition here in Montreal for the summer 2016 season and I knew I'd miss the... Continue Reading →

A Milestone

It's August on Monday, already! And this August marks a very exiting milestone for me. On August 26th it will be 5 years since my stem cell transplant for acute myelogenic leukemia. The whole ordeal feels a whole lot closer than 5 years ago, I still remember it vividly. I spent a total of 9.5... Continue Reading →

Proud Montrealer

I can't help but thinking about everything going on in the states, how happy I am to be Canadian and know that I can leave my apartment with little to no fear for my safety. It's a scary time to be alive with horrible things happening on a daily basis. On September 13th, 2006 a... Continue Reading →

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