I made a hearty promise to myself a long time ago that I would never read anything on my phone while I was walking. I have no balance. Such risque behaviour could only end in an ankle toppling off a sidewalk's sheer face. Destruction. Embarrassment. A dropped phone and the seconds that feel like hours as you gingerly pick it up to (pleasePLEASEplease) see if the front display has survived the kiss with concrete. Nothing good can come of this multi-tasking.
So, when I tell you I devoured this piece written by my friend Jocelyn while I was crossing multiple streets wearing floppy shoes and the sun was in my eyes, you know that it's lure was strong. I begged her to run it here. She said yes. Now all you have to do is enjoy every syllable. Just sit down first, please.Read More