“At the core of citizenship is the idea that the citizen’s body is hers and hers alone, regardless of sexual history, marital status or childbearing… The full citizenship of women is not just about the right to hold credit cards, buy real estate in our own names, have access to abortion and birth control and […]

Azalea Trails

From a quick weekend trip with my family to Callway Gardens to see the Azaleas. It was gorgeous, and even though my allergies hated me, it was a perfect afternoon. We finished with a stop at the butterfly house and I think I want to live in there–it was so lush and green and there […]

Music City

For spring break this year I took a solo trip to Nashville to visit Vanderbilt’s law school. The open house was stressful, overwhelming, and forced: I ended up leaving early because it was just feeling too fake and I couldn’t stand to mingle anymore, and I took a long walk around the campus by myself. […]

Snapshots & Family Lunches

A couple of snapshots from the last few weeks: Beautiful flowers I bought for myself to celebrate law school scholarships. Enjoying the last of my thin mints (waah) with a cuppa tea. My sweet kitten, Chloe, who is an excellent packing assistant. My family also came to Athens to continue celebrating Tanja’s sweet sixteen, and […]