Blogtober #15: Abbey Road.

Five years ago today. In London, mid-autumn, travelista-ing, crossing the same road that one of my favorite musical groups walked on and named an album after. Yes, I squealed. Thanks to my beloved Daddy for introducing me to a love of traveling, of music, and of the Beatles. 💜

A Word.

Credit: Instagram, @thenubiancrown In line with my previous thoughts on the matter. Eloquently said. Bon Wednesday.

Shall We?

Yes, let's. Recently, I watched a heartwrenching video of a woman on social media who tearfully spoke of her frustrations while looking for love. Wanting to find the right one and that not happening. Being eternally and repeatedly ghosted. I highly identified with her. In a follow-up video, she spoke of some of the comments …

A Stoop Wedding.

So, this pandemic and the resulting quarantine has proved, over and over again, that necessity truly is the mother of invention. I’ve seen people find creative ways to continue living and doing: roll-by parties (especially for 2020 graduates), young folks creating sanitized ways to hug their family and loved ones, so on. And one favorite …

Corn(y) and Cheese(y)

Fun fact about This Square Peg: I'm a shameless, sincere, straight up goofball. I jazz hand, I make silly faces, I tell/laugh at dumb jokes, I opera sing in the grocery store, I dance like a weirdo. And I have no qualms about any of these things. Being serious is a thing. Being not serious …

An Autumn Path.

I'll be honest: this quote, albeit lovely, still triggered me a bit. Because I'm so tired of traveling alone. And when it comes to my favorite season, there's an unbearable aspect about it: enjoying the beauty and electricity in the air by my lonesome. I've discussed this before--that something about fall that drives the desire …

Maybe.

Maybe you don't need a relationship to heal you. Maybe singleness isn't killing you. Maybe you're simply looking for love. To love and to be loved. And although you will survive and thrive without it, the need is there. And each day that passes you by, as the need remains unfulfilled, you put out the …

Lessons.

This post is inspired by a very moving and honest post on In My Sunday Best, where blogger Sade openly discusses her experience with relationship rejection. Read it and reflect; I appreciated her candor and discussing the inspiring lessons she learned about herself. As I read it, it reminded me so much of my own …